Oklahoma Probation Rules

Learn the Oklahoma probation rules.
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After committing a crime and being arrested and sentenced by a judge, most states will require some form of probation or parole supervision to ensure that recidivism does not occur and to ease your transition back into law-abiding society. The state of Oklahoma, like most states, has specific requirements for probation. While on probation or parole, you will have to adapt to a number of lost freedoms for the duration of your probation, follow new rules and report to a court-appointed person while you are serving your sentence.

Association with Criminals

While you are on probation or parole in Oklahoma, you must not associate with other known criminals, prison inmates or other people on probation or parole, unless given explicit written permission by your probation officer and for good reason. This is designed to keep people on probation from falling back into their old criminal lifestyles. Violation of this rule can land you back in prison for an extended period of time without the possibility of parole or probation.


While on probation or parole in Oklahoma you cannot lie to any member of the probation or parole board, police officers, judges, probation officers or other officers of the law. Doing so can forfeit the terms of your probation. This means you must be honest about your activities, whereabouts, and plans while on probation, and also about the people you are associating with while you are on probation.

Firearms and Explosives

You are not allowed to possess a firearm or explosives while on probation in Oklahoma. This possession extends even to your living circumstances, because a firearm found in your house could be considered to be in your possession. You should ensure that people you are traveling with or living with do not have firearms in their possession; if you get pulled over in a vehicle in which a firearm is present, you can be in violation of your probation even if the firearm is not yours.

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