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51-24A.17.


51-24A.17.
   
   A. Any public official who willfully violates any provision of the
   Oklahoma Open Records Act, upon conviction, shall be guilty of a
   misdemeanor, and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding Five
   Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or by imprisonment in the county jail for a
   period not exceeding one (1) year, or by both such fine and
   imprisonment.
   
   B. Any person denied access to a record of a public body or public
   official may bring a civil suit for declarative and/or injunctive
   relief and, if successful, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney
   fees. If the public body or public official successfully defends a
   civil suit and the court finds that the suit was clearly frivolous,
   the public body or public official shall be entitled to reasonable
   attorney fees.
   
   C. A public body or public official shall not be civilly liable for
   damages for providing access to records as allowed under the Oklahoma
   Open Records Act.
   

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