Governer appoints new judge to serve 3 southeastern Oklahoma counties

OKLAHOMA-- Governor Mary Fallin has announced the appointment to a vacant district judgeship that serves McCurtain, Choctaw and Pushmataha Counties.

Michael DeBerry of Idabel will be covering the three counties.

He's currently the Associate District Judge in McCurtain County.

He replaces the late District Judge Willard Driesel.

Governor Fallin says she believes that Judge DeBerry will serve the state well in his new role.

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