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Does the Governor have the authority to intervene with Judges, District Attorneys and attorneys?
The Constitution of Oklahoma provides that the Governor has no jurisdiction in matters relating to the judiciary, city, county, federal government, or local law enforcement.
The District Attorney of your area is the primary prosecutor for the state. Therefore, allegations of wrongdoing of local officials, including city or county officials, should be brought to the attention of the appropriate District Attorney.
District Attorneys in the state answer to the registered voters in their respective judicial districts. District Attorneys are required to be licensed in the State of Oklahoma and complaints are investigated by the Oklahoma Bar Association.
Complaints or concerns about judges should be directed to the Council on Judicial Complaints, c/o Administrative Office of the Courts, 1901 N. Lincoln, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.
Complaints or concerns about attorneys should be directed to the Office of the General Counsel, Oklahoma Bar Association, 1909 North Lincoln, Oklahoma City, OK 73105.