I will defend our rights, uphold the rule of law, and serve the people of Oklahoma.

- Attorney General Gentner Drummond

The mission of the Office of the Attorney General is to seek justice for the people of Oklahoma by upholding the rule of law; serving public safety through prosecutions and civil enforcement actions; providing high-qualify legal representation for state agencies; and protecting and defending the Oklahoma and U.S. constitutions.‌

Latest Updates

December 6, 2023

OKLAHOMA CITY (Dec. 6, 2023) – The Oklahoma Opioid Abatement Board has received more than 250 letters of intent to pursue $23 million in grant awards from political subdivisions across Oklahoma.

The board today received an update on the planned applicants. Board members also voted not to accept a handful of letters from entities that did not meet eligibility requirements.

These awards will be the first such distribution for the board, which was established three years ago.

December 6, 2023

LAWTON (Dec. 6, 2023) - A drug dealer who delivered cocaine to a nursing home employee at Brentwood Senior Living Center in Lawton has pleaded guilty to a felony count of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and a felony count of illegal use of a telecommunications device.  

Michael Robbie Davis, 45, delivered cocaine to a nursing home employee while she was working a shift at the center on Oct. 29, 2020.

December 5, 2023

As I approach the end of my first year in office, it seems appropriate to reflect on what has been a very active time for me. It is a privilege to serve as Attorney General of this great state, and I am proud of how my administration is working on behalf of all Oklahomans.