A veteran investigative reporter who has covered eastern Oklahoma for more than 15 years, Clifton joined The Frontier in April 2017. A native of southeastern Oklahoma, he has covered numerous issues from criminal justice to politics for publications including the Tulsa World, the Oklahoma Gazette, and Oklahoma Watch. Clifton holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Oklahoma.
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“We were watching it unfold on Facebook, people crying out for a need,” Hutt-Greenman said. “We watched it for about half an hour and saw no one step up and said forget that … We’re going to show what compassion and love look like.”
“In my 30 years of experience I’ve never seen a plaintiff dismiss a lawsuit with a payment and written apology to the defendant,” said Randall Calvert, who was the lead attorney for James Glover and his dealership.
Oklahoma landlords are increasingly seeking other routes to get tenants who have failed to pay rent out of their homes, attorneys for both sides say, even when the tenant presents the landlord with a declaration from the CDC to protect them from eviction.
Ward, who was twice convicted for the 1984 abduction and murder of Ada convenience store worker Donna “Denise” Haraway and featured in John Grisham’s “Innocent Man” book, had his conviction overturned by the district court late December