Originally from Vinita, Oklahoma, Mr. Kyle Long grew up on his family’s farm where he assisted his family with the commercial cattle and pecan nut production operations. He attended Oklahoma State University where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness with an option in farm and ranch management.
Mr. Long then received his Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa College of Law. While attending law school, he interned for the Wagoner County District Attorney’s Office where he assisted with the misdemeanor and traffic criminal dockets. As a legal licensed intern, Kyle Long also sat second chair during a misdemeanor jury trial.
After graduating law school and be admitted to the Oklahoma bar, Mr. Long worked for a small law firm in Vinita, Oklahoma where he practiced a wide range of criminal and civil litigation, but primarily spent the majority of his time represented indigent defendants charged with felony offenses in Rogers County, Oklahoma.
Mr. Kyle Long has spent the last five and one-half years as an Assistant District Attorney for Mayes and Rogers counties in the 12th Prosecutorial District of Oklahoma. As an Assistant District Attorney, he has prosecuted nearly every type of criminal offense listed in the Oklahoma Criminal Code. Mr. Long also served as attorney for the state in juvenile deprived proceedings where closely worked with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. He also served as the prosecutor for the alternative court programs where he assisted the Department of Mental Health and the Court in providing substance abuse treatment in lieu of incarceration to criminal defendants.
While an Assistant District Attorney, Mr. Long also handled nearly a dozen jury trial cases with some of the cases resulting in guilty verdicts and jury recommended sentences of 30, 40 and 45 years.
Mr. Long currently resides in Pryor, Oklahoma with his wife and three children and enjoys his spare time attending his kids sporting events and watching cartoons with his 21 month old son.