Mr. Herrera’s experience includes working on cases involving murder, assault and battery with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault and battery, drug trafficking, possession of controlled dangerous substances, grand larceny, embezzlement, indecent or lewd acts with a minor, driving under the influence (DUI), public intoxication, stalking, forgery in the second degree, malicious injury & destruction of property, and selling or offering for sale false identification.
Combined with his strong commitment to his clients, Mr. Herrera’s practice and experience make him ideal for representing individuals with misdemeanor and criminal charges. Along with his legal skills, Mr. Herrera is also bilingual and fluent in Spanish.
Mr. Herrera graduated with top honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2018. While in law school, he earned numerous distinctions and awards including membership to Phi Delta Phi Honor Society, Order of the Solicitors for his superior performance in appellate work, Faculty Honor Roll, Dean’s List, Top Speaker Awards, and recipient of the Donald H. Grayson merit scholarship. He also served as National President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) for the Law Student Division and President for the Hispanic American Law Student Association at OU Law. Mr. Herrera represented OU Law at National Moot Court competitions as team captain against other top law schools. Mr. Herrera’s academic success was guided by distinguished mentors including The Honorable Scott L. Palk of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, OU Law Dean Joseph Harroz Jr., Oklahoma law firm owner Adam Banner, and McAfee & Taft Shareholder Maria Gonzalez.
During his second year of law school, Mr. Herrera began working as a law clerk with The Law Offices of Adam R. Banner where he gained valuable experience in all stages of the criminal process. Mr. Herrera was licensed by the Oklahoma Supreme Court to practice limited law, he worked on misdemeanor and felony cases, and he drafted appeals for The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.
Mr. Herrera earned a Bachelors of Art Degree Cum Laude in Business Administration and Spanish from Austin College in 2010. During his time there, Mr. Herrera served as Campus President for student organizations, President for Dean Hall Resident Building, and National Editor for Circle-K. Mr. Herrera also studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain as part of his Spanish curriculum.
Mr. Herrera is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and is licensed to practice in all Oklahoma State Courts. He also serves as an elected member to the Men of Color Project for the American Bar Association, an elected member to the Oklahoma Bar Association Awards & Diversity Committees, and a continued member of the Hispanic National Bar Association.