Maxey P. Reilly

Maxey P. Reilly

Sapulpa, Oklahoma

Maxey Parker Reilly grew up in Atoka, Oklahoma and graduated from Atoka High School in 1997.  After high school, Ms. Reilly attended the University of Oklahoma where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Letters.

During college, Ms. Reilly worked in the University of Oklahoma’s Office of the General Counsel and for the Oklahoma Senate Democrats. In 2001, Ms. Reilly made the decision to attend law school at the University of Oklahoma College of Law.  Prior to beginning law school, she also accepted a position working as an Agency Liason in the Office of Governor Brand Henry.

From 2001 to 2004, Ms. Reilly dedicated her time to the study of law and to serving the people of Oklahoma through her Governor’s Office employment.  In 2004, Ms. Reilly graduated from Law School and made the decision to move to Okemah, Oklahoma with her husband, Robert Reilly.

Ms. Reilly spent a short time in private practice before accepting a position as an Assistant District Attorney for Creek and Okfuskee Counties.  During her ten years in the Office of the District Attorney, Ms. Reilly handled thousands of cases, including juvenile delinquent cases, juvenile deprived cases, drug court, forfeitures, misdemeanors and felonies.

The handling of these cases afforded her the opportunity to become versed in many areas of the law and to gain invaluable courtroom experience while attending thousands of hearings and prepping for and trying close to 40 jury trials.  Ms. Reilly’s jury trial experience includes trying cases ranging from petit larceny to first degree death penalty homicide cases.

While in District Attorney’s Office, Ms. Reilly’s efforts were recognized when she received the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation’s 2008 Director’s Award for Law Enforcement and again when she was chosen as the 2013 Biker’s Against Child Abuse Assistant District Attorney of the year.

She also served as the Okemah Chamber of Commerce President, the Okfuskee County Bar Association President, was appointed by Governor Henry to serve on the Oklahoma State Board of Psychology Oversight, served on the District Attorney’s Counsel Legislative Committee and has served as a judge in numerous Mock Trial competitions.

In 2016, Ms. Reilly made the decision to leave the District Attorney’s Office and join the Stinnett Law team.  She is excited to be involved in opening the Stinnett Law Okemah office where she intends to handle a variety of cases, including criminal law, family law, probate, civil rights litigation and much more.  When she is not practicing law, Ms. Reilly enjoys spending time with her husband Robert and two children.  She enjoys traveling, hunting, fishing, running and spending time at the lake with her family.