Paul D. Reynolds, Attorney at Law

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Main Office

The Fulbright Building, Suite 102
217 Dickson St.
Fayetteville  AR  72701

  • (479) 527-6571
  • (479) 527-6595

Paul D. Reynolds

Our office is located in the historic Fulbright Building immediately adjacent to the Washington County Courthouse in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Paul's practice is dedicated to defending clients charged with alcohol related driving offenses (DWI and DUI) in the Circuit and District Courts of Washington and Madison County, Arkansas.

Every client receives the highest degree of confidential and personal attention. It is our promise to you to use common sense, sound judgment, and good old-fashioned hard work to obtain your needs, goals, and objectives. Paul has been practicing law for over thirteen years and has handled over 1000 DWIs and DUIs as both a prosecutor and defense attorney. This is experience that delivers results.

It is amazing how much wrong information is out there about Arkansas DWI laws, even among attorneys and people who have been through the DWI and DUI court system. Hopefully, the information contained on these pages will be helpful to you.

Please call and give us the opportunity to assist you with your legal service needs.

  • Bar Number: Paul D. Reynolds
    Arkansas , 1996
  • Louisiana Tech University
    Bachelor of Science , 1986
    Ruston, LA
  • University of Arkansas - School of Law
    Juris Doctor , 1996
    Fayetteville, AR

Articles Written

How Do You Win a DWI/DUI Case? Probable Cause To Stop

Created On: 11/16/2010

The second most popular question I get asked when people find out I am a DWI attorney is “how do you win a DWI or DUI case?” The answer is there are a number of ways and you have to look at each...

DWI Administrative Drivers License Suspension In Arkansas

Created On: 06/17/2010

When you are charged with a DWI in Arkansas there are two things are happening: your driver’s license is being administratively suspended and you are being charged with a crime. This brief...