Law Firm Profile
Hudson Law Office, PLLC, is a results-based firm specializing in criminal defense, DHS-deprived, family law, personal injury and workers’ comp cases. Our team has a combined 60 years of practical experience, with 15 of those years working together as a firm.
More than our experience, however, it’s our client attention and support that sets us apart. We keep in touch as your case develops and always return your phone calls and e-mails ourselves. When your personal rights are at stake, it’s imperative to us that you know you’ve been heard, understood and will be represented appropriately.
Perry graduated from the University of Oklahoma’s College of Law in 1997. During law school Perry clerked at the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System (OIDS) and, upon graduating, Perry was offered a full time position with OIDS. Perry spent the next 5 years at OIDS handling death penalty trials and appeals.
Perry transitioned into private practice in 2002, but continued to focus on complex criminal defense cases. Some examples of his most notable work include the release of three death row inmates and the successful suppression of illegally obtained evidence in the largest non-border heroin bust in the United States.
He currently handles a broad range of criminal defense cases, from complex white-collar crimes in federal court to more simple misdemeanors in state and municipal court.
Upon graduation from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 1978, Craig took a position as an Assistant District Attorney in Washington County. Craig became the District Attorney for Washington County in 1983. Craig continued to serve the citizens of Washington County as their elected District Attorney until 1995.
Craig left the prosecution side of criminal work and began working for the Oklahoma Indigent Defense System (OIDS) in 1999. Craig initially worked as a supervising attorney in OIDS’ death penalty trial office in Tulsa, and eventually became the Division Chief of OIDS’ death penalty trial division in Norman.
Craig has had a career long interest in juvenile law. Craig has been a participant on both state and national committees addressing issues in juvenile law and gave a State of the Child address to a joint session of the Oklahoma legislature. Craig’s desire to remain active in juvenile cases prompted his transition into private practice in 2010. At the Hudson Law Office, Craig continues to handle complex criminal defense cases, including juvenile cases, as well as DHS deprived cases.
Josh graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2009 and immediately entered into private practice. Josh ran his own multi-attorney firm in eastern Kentucky for nearly 4 years before relocating to Oklahoma in 2013. Josh’s experience handling complex cases in a number of legal subspecialties makes him the perfect person to operate Hudson Law Office’s Pawnee location.
Josh has been working with Perry and Craig since 2013 and provides representation in the areas of family law, criminal defense, bankruptcy and civil litigation.