, this is open record. However, this is not "normal" open record, so the clerk may not agree to reveal this at fist. If not, then one can petition for the information via the Oklahoma Open Records Act, by sending a letter - see here
The Oklahoma Open Records Act (51 §24A.1 et seq.
) holds court records as open unless specifically
sealed by the courts. So if this information is available, it may be provided.
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