Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 22 § 19c

In Oklahoma, survivors of trafficking may petition for relief under the limited expungement law. Oklahoma allows trafficking survivors to expunge court and law enforcement records of prostitution-related offenses.  In their expungement motion, survivors must show that the offense was committed as a result of trafficking.

Expunged records are sealed to the public but not to law enforcement agencies, courts or for law enforcement purposes.


Updated Sept 2021

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