OKC Criminal Defense Attorney Marcy Fassio has practiced criminal law exclusively since completing law school and passing the Oklahoma Bar Examination in 2005. She worked for the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office for several years, gaining experience that now can be put to your advantage in your case! She has handled cases ranging from misdemeanors, property crimes, robberies, to murders. Oklahoma City Criminal Defense Attorney Marcy Fassio has experience with negotiations, motion practice, hearings, sentencings, and jury trials. Call Fassio Law in Oklahoma City today and put this experience and expertise to work for you! My OKC Law Firm is looking forward to helping you with your criminal law case.
I have never had to hire a lawyer. Maybe I have been lucky in that regard. But I've talked to a lot of people who have had the need to hire an attorney. I first noticed a problem several years ago when my sister had to hire an attorney to help her with a child custody and visitation court case. She was always complaining about how her lawyer would never call her back, didn't do the things that he said he was going to do, and didn't keep her informed of what was going on with her court case. Since then, I have heard complaints like that countless times. Especially that lawyers won't call them back or talk to them. That was one of the many things on my mind when I founded my Law Firm. It wasn't going to be like that. That's why we make it a priority to return phone calls, keep clients engaged and up-to-date, and provide a client-centered approach to solving legal problems!
Marcy Fassio, Criminal Defense Attorney
If you're looking at this page and reading this, it most likely means you are looking for a lawyer for yourself or a loved one because you found yourself in a bad situation, being charged with a crime. Trying to determine the right attorney to help you is one of the most important decisions you're going to have to make during this process. So if you're considering hiring my firm, it seems only fair that you should know a little bit about me. Sure, I can tell you all the stuff about where I went to law school; and I do, that's down below. But I don't know if that necessarily gives you a true feel for who I am. So let me tell you a quick story, which hopefully illustrates a little bit about the type of person I am, and the type of representation my firm provides.
In high school, I was a member of the yearbook club. I know, super cool, right! Every year the yearbook club would climb onto the school bus and travel to a yearbook conference type thing. I can't remember what it was called.
Anyway, the first time I went, I was sitting on the bus next to my best friend (Hi, Kristy!!), and we are on our way to the conference. As we are pulling into the parking lot, our yearbook advisor casually says something like "Oh yeah, there is a yearbook trivia contest where all the different schools compete, and the winning team gets a credit for their yearbook cover design." She hands me and Kristy this big stack of questions and tells us to glance over it real quick; as everyone else is getting off the bus. "I know you don't have time to prepare so there is no way you guys can win, but will you two do the trivia contest?"
Here it is, this is a big part of who I am. I could have just said okay, and rolled with it, coasted through the trivia contest, guessing at answers, or not even trying. But no, I took this as a challenge. I don't sit back and watch as things happen, especially when they're important, I get in and get involved and put in the time and effort to try and get the result that I want. So with the very limited amount of time we had between rolling up in the school bus to the conference, and actually competing in the trivia contest, I studied the material. And then I studied it some more. Yeah, I know, I'm definitely sounding like a nerd, you probably would have hated me in high school. But this is exactly why you want to have me as your lawyer.
And, in case you're wondering, YES, we won the trivia contest! I've never won a high school football championship, but I'm sure this was just as big of a deal.
Just so you know that I'm not a complete nerd, later on that same trip, my friend and I snuck into the school bus and opened the hatch on the roof of the bus. Then I was able to climb up and stand on the top of the school bus. My friend was able to take a picture. I got in a little trouble, but it made for an awesome picture! And I even got to print it in the yearbook.
I believe in always getting better. I want to be better tomorrow than I am today. I consistently set goals, both for my practice and my personal life. For example, right now my goal in my personal life is to improve my physical fitness. I believe the stronger I am physically, the stronger and better every other aspect of my life will be. I strive and work to be strong: physically, mentally, and emotionally. I’m working to increase my muscle mass! It started as a thought, became a thing, and now it’s a habit. I follow the same philosophy with my law practice. Think up a strategy, materialize it, and see it through.
Ok, now here is the serious stuff:
An Oklahoma native, Marcy Fassio attended the University of Oklahoma and received her Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in 2002. Marcy then was accepted to the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she graduated and earned her Juris Doctorate With Distinction in 2005.
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Chelsea Scoggins attended the University of Arkansas where she graduated with a Political Science degree in 2017. After her undergraduate career, Chelsea took a year off to work for a criminal defense firm in Texas which really solidified her passion for criminal defense work and her decision to attend law school.
Chelsea then moved to the Sooner State, where she graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with her Juris Doctorate. Throughout her time in law school, Chelsea worked for Fassio Law as our Case Manager. Not only has she seen first hand how Fassio Law strives to be client centered, she has personally worked with our clients to ensure they get the best outcome possible for their case.