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Oklahoma woman in failure-to-protect case to be released

Seattle Times Thursday, 7 November 2019
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma woman who has served 15 years in prison for failing to report her boyfriend, who served just two years behind bars for abusing her children, is scheduled to be released from custody. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections says Gov. Kevin Stitt has signed the commutation sentence of Tondalao Hall […]
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News video: 'Everything Around Us is a Blessing': Oklahoma Woman Ready for Second Chance at Life After Commutation

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A woman who was released from prison as part of the largest, single-day commutation in U.S. history is moving into a new house and excited to soon start a new job.

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