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Miguel García

Miguel Garcia, originally from Mexico, grew up in the outskirts of Houston, TX since the age of 6.  He then received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish and a Masters of Arts in Modern Languages from the University Of Texas A&M where he also was a teaching graduate assistant teaching Spanish in the Hispanic Studies Department.


Miguel then received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Oklahoma where he was part of the National Latino Moot Court team, Director of the Deans Council, and received the John B. Cheadle scholarship.

Miguel Garcia specializes in complex federal and state criminal defense matters some of which can lead to immigration consequences.

Miguel has been involved on several boards such as the Latino Community Development Agency, Oklahoma County Law Library Board of Trustees, and the Youth Leadership Exchange Board, amongst others. He currently serves on the board of the Mount St. Mary’s School’s Board of Trustees and is a member of William J. Holloway Inn of Court.


Previous awards include OKC Biz 40 under 40, the Journal Record Leadership in Law Award, the Latino Leaders Top Latino Lawyers for 2017 along with being the recipient of the 2021 Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Diversity Award awarded by the Oklahoma Bar Association.

Miguel’s past involvement has included serving as a volunteer for the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program, graduating as a member of the LOYAL 6 class, serving as a delegate for the Rotary Group Study Exchange program to Argentina and a past spokesperson for the “Espera Mas” campaign, serving on the South Oklahoma City Rotary, and coaching for the Norman Youth Soccer Association.

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