Henson Law Firm, PLLC

Firm Overview

The Henson Law Firm was established in 2009 and provides aggressive, effective, and professional criminal defense representation to every one of its clients. The firm is dedicated to achieving the best possible result in every case because we are committed to YOU and we will give YOUR case the individual attention it requires. We generally do not have more than 10 to 15 clients at one time. This allows us to devote our time and attention to your case. We believe that by limiting the number of clients that we accept, we are able to provide you with better representation and give you the higher, more personalized level of service that you DESERVE, than if we had a high-volume practice with 50 or more clients at one time.

Example cases

In this Rogers County jury trial, Mr. Henson

Main Office
406 S. Boulder
Suite 400
Tulsa  OK  74103
  • (918) 551-8995
  • (918) 582-6106


Free Initial Consultation?
The firm offers a free one hour initial consultation.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
The firm generally charges a flat fee for criminal defense matters whether felony, misdemeanor, or DUI.
Hourly Rates
The firm generally charges a flat fee for criminal defense matters whether felony, misdemeanor, or DUI.

Office Information

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Evening and weekend consultations available by appointment. For emergency after hours, please call (918) 859-8890.
Emergency After Hours

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

From the moment I entered law school, I wanted to be a criminal defense attorney. I knew that I did not want to represent large corporations or the government, but rather individuals who needed someone to stand up and fight for them. Everyone is entitled to a vigorous defense and in no other area of the law is there a greater imbalance of power than when an accused faces the massive resources of the government and the criminal justice system. I wanted to become a criminal defense lawyer to fight for the rights of individual people.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

I believe clients should educate themselves about the legal issues they are facing. This makes them more effective at assisting with their defense and allows them to make educated and informed decisions about their case.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

I will gladly review documents that clients have prepared themselves.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

I strongly discourage clients from representing themselves in criminal matters.

Rob V. Henson

Prior to becoming an attorney, I was in the wholesale petroleum marketing business for five years and the embroidery and screen printing business for five years. Before establishing the Henson Law Firm, I worked as an intern in the legal department at the Williams Companies, Inc. I served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Dana L. Kuehn, one of the criminal law judges in Tulsa County. I also worked as a law clerk and later as an associate attorney at the law firm of Lyons & Clark.

My background has allowed me to work with people from all walks of life and gives me the ability to understand and help people solve their problems. Before I was a lawyer, I was in business for ten years and became involved in litigation. I experienced firsthand the devastating results of having a lawyer who was ineffective and who did not care about my case. I vowed that I would never be a lawyer who just took people's money and then pushed them through the legal system with barely adequate legal counsel. I did not like when it was done to me; I will not do such to my clients. Those experiences still drive me to be a better lawyer every day.

Compassion, understanding, and a strong work ethic are my strengths. I vigorously prepare for each case. I am extremely thorough at gathering information and developing the facts of a case from every possible source. I fight for your rights and your freedom with passion, intensity, and professionalism.

Personal interests:

I enjoy fishing, scuba diving, hiking, and spending time with my family.

  • Bar Number: 22175
    Oklahoma , 2008
  • University of Tulsa
    Juris Doctor , 2008
    Tulsa, OK
    Articles Editor, Tulsa Journal of International and Comparative Law, Board of Advocates (Moot Court), Pre-Law Day Volunteer, Guide, and Speaker, Student Ambassador, and Judicial Intern for the Honorable Dana L. Kuehn.
  • University of Arkansas
    Bachelor of Science , 1996
    Fayetteville, AR
    Business Administration.

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