ARDMORE, Okla. -- Oklahoma State Supreme Court Justice Marion Opala lectured students at the Ardmore Higher Education Center on Wednesday.
Opala's judicial career spans more than thirty years. He says young people today have so many options when selecting higher education that the path to a career can often be a difficult choice.
"Technology has changed society so much, and their future is so uncertain. If I were a young person fresh out of high school or expecting to graduate soon, I wouldn't know what profession to choose," Justice Opala said.
Opala spoke to a civic group over the lunch hour on how the law deals with love, sex, and marriage.
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