Meet Aaron W. Easton, Esq.
Background & Expertise
Aaron Easton’s professional journey tells a story of dedicated public service, comprehensive legal expertise, and a fervent commitment to justice. With roots in law enforcement as the 29th Chief of Police in Marysville, California, Aaron’s tenure was marked by historical significance—he was the youngest to hold the post in the entire state during his term. His quick rise through the ranks, from the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department to leading a police department with over 170 years of history, speaks to his leadership acumen and deep understanding of the law enforcement landscape.
During Aaron’s law enforcement career, he aspired to excellence in his daily activities while aiming for the top in his professional endeavors. He attained prominent roles with the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the California Police Chiefs Association, where he not only contributed to the Board of Directors but also actively engaged in statewide training initiatives.
In the academic arena, Aaron demonstrated his commitment to education as an adjunct instructor, training future law enforcement officers at the Yuba Community College District. He covered crucial subjects ranging from community policing and report writing to tactical communication and legal frameworks.
Aaron’s professional drive and ambition shows in his curriculum vitae. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and an MBA with a focus on Human Resources Management, credentials augmented by his graduation from the prestigious California POST Executive Development course. His academic career culminated in a Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University, where he honed his legal expertise, and supplemented his professional experience and law enforcement training with a formal legal education.
Community Involvement & Honors
A community pillar, Aaron has served on the executive boards of numerous non-profits. His community service has been recognized with awards such as the Medal of Valor, Red Cross “Real Hero” Award, and multiple Police Officer of the Year accolades.
Transition to Legal Practice
Aaron’s pivot to legal practice stems from a profound understanding of the justice system’s complexities and a desire to address its shortcomings, including overincarceration issues. His view of law enforcement and criminal defense as collaborative facets of justice, rather than opposing forces, underscores his holistic approach to upholding the Constitution.
Now, as an Oklahoma attorney practicing criminal defense and post-conviction law, Aaron brings a wealth of knowledge from his background in public safety and executive management. As Of-Counsel Attorney at Wirth Law Office, his responsibilities involve intricate legal drafting and courtroom representation, echoing his comprehensive skill set.
His experience is enriched by his proactive involvement with the Oklahoma Innocence Project and his editorial influence on the Oklahoma City University Law Review. The Murrah Center for Homeland Security Law & Policy also benefited from his research acumen, especially in the critical sphere of domestic terrorism prevention.
At the core of our firm is Aaron’s staunch belief that both law enforcement officials and defense attorneys share the noble objective of achieving justice. This philosophy permeates our approach to each case, infusing our legal strategies with integrity and a balanced perspective.
Beyond the courtroom, Aaron is an avid traveler and hiker, often accompanied by his wife. These pursuits not only provide him with a well-rounded life experience but also instill a sense of balance that he brings to his practice.
Connect With Oklahoma Appellate Attorney
Aaron Easton’s story is one of commitment, expertise, and a sincere desire to serve. It is this narrative that defines our firm’s ethos and our approach to legal representation. We invite you to connect with us to experience the dedication and expertise that Aaron and our team bring to every case.
For justice, service, and unparalleled legal counsel, look no further than the Oklahoma Post-Conviction Law Office where Aaron Easton’s legacy in law enforcement is seamlessly integrated with his passion for upholding the law as an attorney. Contact the post-conviction attorney at (918) 932-2833.