Collin W. Rockett is a criminal defense and family law attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He attended the University of Oklahoma, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Criminology. From there, he went to the University of Oklahoma College of Law, and obtained his Juris Doctorate (J.D.). During law school, Collin worked as a licensed legal intern at the Oklahoma County Public Defender’s Office. There, he gained invaluable experience in the field of criminal law, and learned the skills necessary to become an effective criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Collin is a member of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, as well as a member of the Criminal Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association. He is well respected in the legal community as an aggressive criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
As a criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Collin focuses his practice on defending persons charged with crimes throughout the State of Oklahoma. He handles all types of criminal cases, from DUIs to homicide crimes and sex crimes. Collin believes that everyone deserves to be defended to the fullest extent allowed by law, no matter a person’s background or current charges. The United States Constitution provides all persons charged with a crime the right to a defense, and Collin strives to provide the best defense possible for those he represents. Collin fights hard for his clients to protect their rights throughout the legal process.
As a family law attorney in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Collin represents clients in divorces, paternity actions, custody actions/modifications, and child support proceedings. He has extensive courtroom experience, and is not afraid to go to trial to obtain the best results for his clients. Collin is accessible to all his clients, and fights hard to obtain the best outcomes in their cases in and out of the courtroom.
Collin is licensed to practice law in the State of Oklahoma, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.