Greg Mashburn is the District Attorney for District 21 – Cleveland, Garvin, and McClain Counties.

Greg Mashburn graduated from Idabel High School in 1990.  His mother worked in the McCurtain County District Attorney’s Office in Idabel for 20 years.  For the past 24 years, Greg and his family have lived in Norman.

Mashburn attended Harding University in Arkansas on a football scholarship, graduating in 1995.  He then obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University Of Oklahoma School Of Law in 1998.

Greg Mashburn spent a decade learning to incarcerate criminals as an Assistant District Attorney in Oklahoma County. There he built an impressive record, becoming a Division Chief just six years after he began his career.

Since taking over the District Attorney’s office in January of 2007, Greg has re-organized the office to better manage the caseload and ensure that victims are properly cared for in the criminal justice system.  This, together with an improved relationship with other law enforcement departments within the district, has led to a dramatic increase in both the quality and success rate of cases which, in turn, will lead to a safer District 21.

Greg is a member of Alameda Church of Christ. On the State level, he has a leadership position with the Oklahoma District Attorney’s Council having been appointed by the Oklahoma Bar Association to serve on the five person District Attorney’s Council. Previously, Greg served as president of the District Attorney’s Council and the Oklahoma District Attorney’s Association.  On January 20, 2015, Governor Mary Fallin appointed Greg to serve on the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control Commission where Greg is currently serving his second term as Chairman of the Board. Nationally, Greg serves on the NDAA Board of Directors and has served as a faculty member at trainings across the country.

In 2008, Mashburn was named outstanding District Attorney for the State of Oklahoma after only his first year in office.  In addition, his office and staff have been recognized locally and statewide with over forty various awards for excellence.

Greg began his fourth term as District Attorney in January of 2019.

Greg Mashburn plans to continue his professional career as a prosecutor.  For those who know Greg Mashburn well, his dedication to public service is evident and constant.