Watch: Rogers County Assistant D.A. Presents The Case For Voting No On State Question 805

Wednesday, September 23rd 2020, 5:14 pm
By: News On 6

A state question on November's ballot could change how criminal history is taken into account when sentencing a non-violent felon.

If passed, it would mean a person's prison sentence would not be made longer or harsher because of past non-violent felonies they have committed.

News On 6 sat down with the Rogers County Assistant District Attorney Brian Surber, and he offered his perspective on the "No on 805" stance.