The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals is the highest court in the State of Oklahoma with appellate jurisdiction in criminal cases. It is the state court of last resort in criminal matters. The Court derives its origin and jurisdiction from the state constitution, which was formulated by the constitutional convention and submitted to and adopted by the people of Oklahoma at the first election, held on September 17, 1907.
- Uniform Jury Instructions 02/14/22 - Current Oklahoma Uniform Jury Instructions (Criminal) may be found on the OCCA website under the dropdown navigation for Court Resources > Jury Instructions More
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