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The Journal Record

Hall Estill elects executive
23 committee members
TULSA – Kyle D. Freeman and Kent A. Gil-
2019 liland have been elected as new members of
Hall Estill’s executive committee.
Freeman joined the firm in 1998 and con-
Page centrates his practice in the corporate and
commercial area. He graduated from the Uni-
A010 versity of Tulsa College of Law.
Gilliland has 30 years of legal experience,
joining Hall Estill in 2001. He practices primar-
ily in the banking and commercial finance
57% arenas. He graduated from the Oklahoma City
University School of Law. –Staff report

Crowe & Dunlevy

expands Dallas office
DALLAS – Crowe & Dunlevy hired Vickie L.
Driver, Milan Markovic and Christina “Cris-
sie” W. Stephenson in its Dallas office.
Driver is a director and
member of the Bankruptcy
and Creditor’s Rights, Corpo-
rate and Securities, Health
Care and Indian Law and
Gaming Practice groups.
She received her juris doctor
from Baylor Law School.
Vickie L. Joining the firm as legal
Driver industry analyst, Markovic is
a member of the Corporate
and Securities, International
and Securities Litigation,
Enforcement and Compli-
ance Practice groups.
Markovic received his juris
doctor from Georgetown
University Law Center, his
Milan master’s degree from New
Markovic York University and his
bachelor’s degree from Co-
lumbia University.
A member of the
Bankruptcy and Creditor’s
Rights, Banking and Finan-
cial Institutions, Corporate
and Securities, Health Care,
Real Estate and Indian
Christina W. Law and Gaming practice
Stephenson groups, Stephenson joins
the firm as a director. She
graduated from Southern Methodist Dedman
School of Law. She has a master’s degree in
communication from the University of Louisi-
ana at Monroe. –Staff report

Inmate’s death under probe

OKLAHOMA CITY – The state Medical Examin-
er’s Office is investigating the cause of death of
a female inmate at the Oklahoma County Jail.
Authorities say that 48-year-old Tara Lynn
Garcia was found dead in her cell at the jail
about 5 a.m. Friday. The Oklahoma County
Sheriff’s Office says attempts to revive Garcia
were unsuccessful. Garcia was housed in a cell
with two other inmates but authorities say
they do not suspect foul play in her death.
Medical Examiner’s Office spokeswoman
Amy Elliott says officials are awaiting the
results of toxicology tests to determine what
caused Garcia’s death.
Garcia was arrested by police in Edmond
on May 16 on a petit larceny warrant and was
ordered held without bond. She was found
dead in her cell less than 24 hours after she
was booked. –Associated Press

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