Fallin Appoints Corbin as Johnston County Judge

Governor Fallin Monday announced the appointment of Laura Corbin as associate district judge for Johnston County.

Corbin’s appointment is effective immediately. She replaces the late Judge Charles Migliorino.

Corbin, of Coleman, has practiced law in Tishomingo since 1996, working as an associate with Smith, Shew, Scrivner & Corbin for 12 years and owning her own practice since 2008. She has handled a variety of cases dealing with family law, contracts, wills, trusts, probates, real estate, deprived juveniles, bankruptcy, landlord/tenant law, guardianship and other civil litigation.

She also has served as a municipal judge for Tishomingo since 2000.

“Laura Corbin has a strong work ethic, is knowledgeable of the law, and is willing to devote her time and effort to ensure citizens receive a fair hearing in court,” said Fallin. “She will serve the residents of Johnston County well.”

Corbin earned a bachelor’s degree from East Central University and a juris doctorate from Oklahoma City University. She and her husband, Murray Corbin III, reside in Coleman with their three sons; Cameron, 19; Connor, 14; and Creed, 8.

She is the church pianist for the Bullard Chapel Baptist Church, and teaches Sunday school classes for students in the first through third grades.

“I am committed to conducting my courtroom in a professional and respectful manner and being prepared for the cases that come before me,” Corbin said. “I’m thankful for Governor Fallin’s confidence in me, and I am humbled and honored to serve the people of Johnston County as associate district judge.”

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