What To Look For When Hiring A Lawyer

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On May 18, 2018

Our clients are folks who have integrity, know right from wrong, and who generally respect the police.  I relate pretty well with kind of person, because this was me, over twenty years ago when I was arrested for a DUI.  I’ve combined my personal experience with the years of professional experience and designed Reynolds Defense Firm to be the firm I wish could have helped me back when I needed it the most. So what should you look for when hiring a DUI lawyer?

  • Above all, you need stellar legal representation, and our team specializes in just that.  Together, our six-attorney team has nearly 60 years of experience working with Oregon’s DUI laws – as defense attorneys, as prosecutors working on the other side, and even as a judge, ruling on DMV Implied Consent license hearings and on criminal DUI cases. By bringing these different perspectives together, we create an incredible legal team that allows us to do the absolute best we can for each person we represent.
  • Next, I believe you deserve to work with genuine, caring people. Being arrested can shake a person to their core in a way that most folks don’t truly grasp. Our goal is to help a person through the human side of being arrested in a way that leaves them better off than when he or she was arrested in the first place.
  • Lastly, trust and communication are essential, and they have to flow both ways.  For us to do the absolute best we can for a person we have to be able to trust each other, and that means having honest and sincere conversations.

How To Contact Reynolds Defense Firm

We aren’t right for everyone, but we are exactly the right firm to help good people facing DUI charges. If you know someone who needs a DUI lawyer, please call us at 503.223.3422 or chat live with us 24/7 at www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com.

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