In-custody Informants in Oklahoma (2000)

In 2000, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals ruled in Dodd v. State that before jailhouse informant testimony is admissible, prosecutors must disclose certain information to the defense at least 10 days before trial, including: criminal history, any benefit that has been or may be offered, any other cases in which the informant testified or offered statements and any benefits received in those cases. Effective: 2000.

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