The Human Side to What We Do – Part 2

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On April 26, 2021

At Reynolds Defense Firm, we do fantastic legal work, but that often isn’t enough. We also take the time to help our clients through the human side of being arrested, because it is our standard.  We understand that being arrested for a DUI can be hard to go through. Honing in on the human side of the law means we do our best to help clients beyond the courtroom.

Many of our clients experience a lot of stress at the prospect of losing their drivers license for any amount of time. Recently, we had the privilege of speaking to a someone who had an immense amount of guilt over his recent license suspension. For the next month, at least, his wife was going to have to wake up early, every morning, just to drive him to work. Now on the surface, this does appear to be an unfortunate situation. However, what we have discovered here, at Reynolds Defense Firm, is that there are silver linings around almost every aspect of getting a DUI.

So with a little bit of work and some mindset shifting, what we discovered is that he now has 30 minutes of extra time carved into his day, to bond with his wife. You see, he realized that with their hectic schedules, they hardly have time for each other anymore. What started out as a major inconvenience quickly became an exciting opportunity. He was now actually looking forward to his usually dreaded work week.

The Reynolds Defense firm isn’t right for everyone, but it is exactly the right firm to help good people facing DUI charges. If you know someone who needs our help, please contact us right away for your free consultation. At the risk of sounding immodest, we are very good at what we do.

 

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