2019 Court Grant Recipients

The Oklahoma Bar Foundation (OBF) announces 2019 Court Grants totaling $187,306.59. These Grants provide modern updates and solutions to technology that improve the administration of justice in 14 County Courts.

2019 Court Grant Recipients:

Adair County – $3,309.90 for enhanced capabilities to Smart Boards purchased with 2017 OBF Court Grant funds

Atoka County – $8,145.64 for upgrades to audio system and purchase of Smart TV

Coal County – $6,996 for upgrades to audio system and courtroom technology

Hughes County – $6,746 for 70-inch interactive display board and accessories

Love County – $9,494 for equipment to provide live audio/video feed between jail and courtroom

Mayes County – $69,057.27 for replacement of audio/video equipment and 2 Smart Boards

Pittsburg County – $7,200 for tablets for Court and 6 attorneys for deprived docket, tablet accessories and document scanner

Seminole County – $13,492 for two 70-inch Smart Boards and accessories

Wagoner County – $21,112.13 for audio enhancements for Courtrooms #1 and #2 and Hard of Hearing system and connector for Courtroom #4

Third Judicial District – $41,744.65 for Skype Carts for Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa and Tilman Counties for court reporting use

Since 2008, $980,390.59 in funding has been awarded to 60 of the 77 Counties in Oklahoma, with some Counties receiving multiple Grants.

District and Appellate Courts in Oklahoma can apply annually to receive grant funding for courtroom technology and needs related to the administration of justice. Applications are typically due each year in the Spring.

Grant Announcements are made on the OBF website and social media. Those interested in applying should email foundation@okbar.org to be placed on a notification list. Those on the list will receive an email with the link to the online Court Grant Application once it is live.

List of all Court Grant Recipients can be found here: http://www.okbarfoundation.org/grants/court-grants/

The Oklahoma Bar Foundation funds law-related non-profits, court improvements and law school scholarships.

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