Judge's ruling in Tulsa County, Okla. jail authority case may set precedent

Sanders, Lisa
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/05/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30303, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Tulsa County, Oklahoma judge David Peterson has ruled against the legality of the Tulsa County Criminal Justice Authority. Ruling's setting of precedence in the state; Threat to the repayment of $67 million of bonds; Opposition to plans for privatizing jail operations; Similar situation in Colorado.


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