Credentials

Biography

A life-long advocate for fairness and justice, Susan Stallings will bring common sense and more than 20 years of experience to the bench as District Judge.

An Advocate for Victims

Susan currently serves the people of Oklahoma County as an assistant district attorney where she leads the county’s Domestic Violence Unit. In this role, Susan works with law enforcement officers to protect victims of domestic violence from further harm at the hands of their abusers. Susan also trains frontline officers from law enforcement agencies across the county on proper policies and procedures in the safe and lawful investigation of alleged abuse cases. 

A Seasoned Prosecutor

Susan has served as an assistant attorney general for the state of Oklahoma as well as the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Susan began her legal career as an assistant district attorney in Oklahoma County’s Juvenile Court Division. She as also worked as a child support enforcement attorney.

Justice for All. Always.

Throughout her career in county, state, federal and tribal courts, Susan has represented the people of Oklahoma by seeking justice for victims of crime while always maintaining a strong code of fairness for the accused. 

A proud Oklahoman, Susan holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law and an undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University.

It’s time to bring common sense to our judicial system. Susan Stallings will get the job done.

More About Susan

  • Works in partnership with community justice advocates to assist domestic violence victims at Palomar.
  • Member of the Altar Society at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.
  • Active kayaker and animal rescuer. 

Education

Juris Doctor, University of Oklahoma College of Law, May 1991

Norman, Oklahoma 73069

Member: Association of Trial Lawyers of America Moot Court Team

B.A., Political Science, Oklahoma State University, December 1983

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

Associations

Oklahoma Bar Association

Muscogee (Creek) Bar Association

Admitted: United States District Court for the Western and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma