Poaching a trophy deer in Oklahoma could cost offenders up to $5,000

Judges can order poachers to pay as much as $5,000 to the state for illegally killing deer, bear, elk or other Oklahoma wildlife

Published: December 12, 2010
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Killing a trophy deer in Oklahoma might cost a poacher $5,000 in the future.

Earlier this year, state lawmakers passed a bill creating harsher penalties for illegally killing wildlife in Oklahoma and making financial restitution to the state mandatory.

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