Former Oklahoma Lawmaker Randy Terrill Turns Self In
OKLAHOMA CITY - Former State Representative Randy Terrill turned himself in to authorities Friday morning and is in the Department of Corrections custody.
Back in 2013, Terrill was sentenced to one year in prison on political bribery charges. He was convicted of offering another lawmaker, former Senator Debbe Leftwich, a high-paying job in the Medical Examiner's office so she would drop her campaign for re-election to her Senate seat.
On Friday, May 22, 2015, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals rejected Terrill's appeals of erroneous jury instructions about the crime and that the evidence did not support a conviction.