drug courts District Attorney Defeat Could Bring Drug Court To One Of The Only Counties Without One By Quinton Chandler • Oct 5, 2018 Quinton Chandler / StateImpact Oklahoma Addiction is a bitter enemy that has haunted Angie White’s family for decades. White has watched her 49-year-old brother struggle with drug abuse most of his life. Why Oklahoma Has No Misdemeanor Drug Courts, Even Though The Law Allows Them By Quinton Chandler & StateImpact Oklahoma • Jan 25, 2018 Quinton Chandler / StateImpact Oklahoma Twenty years is a long time to live with a drug addiction, but Rachel Wachel has done it. She tends bar, has a house and a car — and calls herself a functioning addict. They Thought They Were Going To Rehab. They Ended Up In Chicken Plants By Amy Julia Harris & Shoshana Walter • Oct 4, 2017 Gabriel Hongsdusit / Reveal Here’s how the poultry industry turned drug defendants into indentured servants – and convinced the courts to go along with it.