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Governor Stitt Appoints Susan Nigh to Serve as Rogers County Associate District Judge

Thursday, December 02, 2021

Governor Kevin Stitt today announced the appointment of Susan Nigh as Rogers County Associate District Judge.

“Susan has a proven track record as an experienced and talented attorney,” said Gov. Stitt. “I have great confidence that as a judge, Susan will uphold the law and dutifully serve the people of Oklahoma.”

“I am grateful for this opportunity to judicially serve the citizens of Rogers County,” said Nigh. “I will strive to fairly conduct a court that is accessible to all seeking justice.”

Prior to her appointment, Nigh has served Oklahoma as an assistant district attorney since February 2011. Nigh was an assistant DA in Oklahoma’s 12th district, starting in December 2018. There she furthered her experience as a prosecutor and oversaw a wide range of felony and misdemeanor cases. Nigh’s experience also includes time as an assistant DA in both Washington and Tulsa counties.

Nigh graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Science, and then earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa, graduating in May 2005. She began her career as an assistant public defender in Tulsa County and later worked in private practice as an associate attorney through 2011 before becoming a Tulsa County assistant district attorney.

Gov. Stitt’s appointment of Nigh can be read here.

Last Modified on Dec 02, 2021
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