Oregon Supreme Court cases

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On October 10, 2017

Josh and The Oregon Supreme Court

Two cases on two different legal issues, both before the Oregon Supreme Court on the same day!

We are truly fantastic at DUI law. Period. That is the foundation of why RDF is successful, and it has to be the core of everything we do in order for us to go to the next level of also helping people on the human level. Though we try not to brag about our attorneys’ legal prowess, we are making an exception here!

Congratulations to Joshua Gibbs for being the trial attorney on two cases that are now before the Oregon Supreme Court. Very frankly, few attorneys have the originality to think outside the box at the trial court level to make legal arguments that set into motion the chain of events leading to the Oregon Supreme Court’s willingness to hear a case. Josh not only did this once, but twice – and on October 17th, the only two cases argued before our State’s Supreme Court arose from Josh’s great work at the trial court level! Josh, we think you are incredible and thank you for the great work you do for all of the clients that hire Reynolds Defense Firm because they’re facing DUII charges.

To learn more about the great things that our Team of five attorneys are doing at Reynolds Defense Firm, visit our Team page.

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