Hundreds of Oklahomans are free from prison tonight, but what happens next?
Oklahoma no longer leads the nation in incarcerated citizens. This was not a one-time event to try to make the numbers look better, it's actually a change that took place three years ago in the courts. Several felonies were dropped down to misdemeanors for things like simple drug possession and non-violent offenses.
"You're getting ready to embark on a fantastic journey," said Chris Linder with the Center for Employment Opportunities.