Reynolds Defense Firm

DUI Defense Attorneys in Portland, Oregon

Reynolds Defense Firm

12725 Southwest Millikan Way
Suite 300

Beaverton, Oregon 97005

Phone(503) 223-3422

Website www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com
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If you were arrested for a DUI, what would you do?

If you or someone you love faces a DUI charge, call the Reynolds Defense Firm.
Our Portland, Oregon based law firm is small, personal and specialized - and for nearly 10 years now, we've done one thing, and we do it very well - we represent good people facing Driving Under the Influence or other criminal charges throughout the state of Oregon.

When you call our office, our first conversation usually last about a half an hour, but we'll take as much time as we need to get a feel for each other, for us to get a general understanding of what happened, and for us to answer any questions that you might have. That phone conversation is completely free. Of course we hope that we end up working together to resolve your case, but regardless, you'll get straightforward answers to your questions so you can sleep easier that night, and you won't owe us anything for that call.

We hope that you never have a reason to talk, but if you or someone you love has been arrested, call us. The Reynolds Defense Firm is solid, we're here when you need us, and we are very good at what we do.

Year this Office was Established: 2015

Areas of Law




Additional Areas of Law: DUII; DMV Hearings; Traffic Crimes; RDF Practices DUI; Marijuana DUI; Arraignment; Field Sobriety Test (FST); Underage DUI; Prescription Drug DUI; License Suspension; DUI Diversion; Reckless Driving; Driving While Suspended (DWS).


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We do one thing and we do it well - we represent good people facing DUI charges.



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  • Oregon State Bar
  • Multnomah County Bar Association
  • Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Maine State Bar

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I've been arrested for a DUII in Oregon, do I need to hire an attorney?

I've been charged with an Oregon DUI - do I need a lawyer?

You absolutely have the constitutional right to represent yourself. With that said, and in all seriousness, representing yourself on any criminal case, let alone on a DUI charge that can have serious and long-lasting consequences, is just really not a good idea. To put it another way, don’t go to court without an experienced DUII attorney on your side.

You may be reading this with a bit of suspicion, coming from an attorney and all, but let me say this – I’d give this same advice to every member of my family. It is not because they aren’t smart or articulate because, for the most part, they are both. What they don’t have is experience in how the court system really works. If someone I loved was charged with a crime, I wouldn’t want he or she to step one foot in a courthouse without a solid and experienced attorney. The reason for this is pretty basic – at the end of the day this is a criminal case, and if the worst were to happen in that courtroom, my loved one could go to jail.

Our criminal court system has many strengths, but it has many weaknesses as well. Logic, reason, even fundamental fairness does not always win the day.

If you or someone you care about is facing an Oregon DUI, please feel welcome to call the Reynolds Defense Firm. We specializes exclusively on representing good people facing DUI or other criminal charges, and we offer a free initial consultation. Now of course my hope is that our conversation leads to us working together, but if not, at the very least we can give you answers to your questions so you can sleep easier tonight.

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I've been arrested for a DUI, can I drive now?

As a general rule in Oregon, for the first 30 days after the day of your arrest, you still have the same driving privileges as before you were arrested, but you are driving with a temporary permit instead of your original driver’s license.

To see if you have a temporary permit, look through your paperwork for the yellow, legal-sized form titled “Implied Consent Combined Report.” At the bottom of this form is a section that starts with “Eligible for Temporary Permit” with a box checked “yes” or “no.”

If the box is checked “yes,” you should legally be able to drive for 30 days from the date of your arrest (assuming you aren’t suspended for any other reason, and that the paperwork is correct). Make sure to have the temporary license with you if you plan on driving during that time – that piece of paper is what you would show an officer if you were pulled over. Also, be sure to read the language on the temporary license closely—it expires at 12:01 AM on the date listed on the bottom right-hand corner of the form – in reality, this means that you can only drive with that license through the day before the listed date.
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Can a DUI arrest be an opportunity?

There can be a very real upside to being arrested.
For most people, there can be an upside to being arrested - no, this isn’t a typo. If you are willing to put in the effort, you can use this experience improve your quality of life, not just for right now, but for the rest of your life. This was true when I was arrested for a DUI 20 years ago and it has been true for the majority of the people my firm has helped over the past 12 years, and it is true for you too.

The trauma, fear and uncertainty you are going through right now creates the core of an opportunity for you – being arrested pulls you out of your everyday routine and allows you see your life in a big-picture way. You know you never want to be here again, and that clarity brings an understanding that you need to change some things about your life to make it work better for you.

Making these positive changes sounds simple, but it isn’t. I’ve seen so many folks struggle and ultimately squander this opportunity that I created a four-week coaching program to help people like you – people who are ready to make changes – by giving them a structured framework to build from. This framework, and the coaching, encouragement and accountability that comes with it, is called the Blue Binder Project, and it exists for the same reason professional athletes have coaches – to help you get the most out of yourself.

Doing this work may also help you get a better result on your criminal case. When you complete the Blue Binder Project, you give us a full toolbox to use on your behalf throughout the court process. Most people charged with crimes don’t ever do the type of work that we ask of you in the Blue Binder Project, so by completing this work, we can show the judge and prosecutor that you are a person who is committed to improving your life, and by extension, you are committed to never finding yourself before the judge again. http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/the-blue-binder-project.html
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Why should I request a DMV hearing?

You may think the officer did everything correctly--but you don't know until you have a hearing. The officer you interacted that night will be questioned specifically about whether they followed the law during the arrest. Sometimes officers do not follow the law as they should or did not follow the rules regarding the administration of the breath test.
There is no downside to requesting a hearing--you will not be penalized nor will your suspension be longer because you request a hearing.◦We generally tell clients that there is about a 20 percent chance of winning a DMV hearing - not the greatest of odds, but much better than no odds at all.
DMV hearings are very valuable trial preparation. Your attorney will be able to cross examine the officer, and use the transcript from the hearing at trial to impeach the officer's testimony. As well the strengths and weaknesses of your case come through after your attorney has the opportunity to examine an officer at a DMV hearing. http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/dmv-hearings.html

In Oregon what is Implied Consent?

All Oregon drivers are bound by the implied consent law. Implied consent means that by driving a motor vehicle in Oregon, you have implied that you will consent to a breath, blood, or urine test if a police officer asks you to take a test. You fail a test if your blood alcohol is .08 percent or more. Unless you are under 21, then you will receive a failure if the test shows that you have any amount of alcohol in your blood.

If you have been arrested for a DUII, there are now potentially two separate entities that have an effect on your driving privileges. The first is the Department of Motor Vehicles (the "DMV") and the second is the court system. The DMV, after receiving notice that you have either failed or refused a breath, blood, or urine test can suspend your license anywhere from 90 days to a number of years. This suspension is separate and independent from whatever will happen with your DUI case in the court system.

On the back of your Implied Consent Combined Report (ICCR) that the officer gave you after your arrest for a DUII (the long yellow piece of paper that may also be your temporary driver's license), are instructions for how to request a DMV hearing. You only have until 5 PM the 10th day from your arrest to request a hearing for failure of a breath test or for refusing a breath, blood, or urine test. If you fail a blood test, you will receive information in the mail on how to request a hearing. The request for a hearing must be in writing.

The hearing is a chance for you to contest the suspension of your license. This suspension is independent from any suspension that might occur as ordered by a Judge in your criminal case. An administrative law judge oversees the hearing and the officer you encountered the night of your arrest will testify. An attorney can appear on your behalf at the hearing. http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/duii.html#

What if the officer did everything right in my Oregon DUI arrest?

Unfortunately, unless you have years of experience with DUIs in Oregon, there is no way to know if the officer did everything right with your case. I respect that opinion, but unless you've been through the system many many times or you're an experienced DUI attorney, you don't know what the officer is supposed to do. No officer is going to let you know that they really messed your case up, they're going to give the impression that they are in control of everything that happened.
So you just don't know if they did everything right. Did he or she? Probably, but not always. The job of your attorney is to go through the details of your case to make sure that the officer did everything that they were supposed to do in the proper sequence to get the evidence against you. That is part of your lawyers job.
So if you or someone you care about has been arrested for a DUI in Multnomah, Washington or Clackamas Counties in Oregon, call Reynolds Defense Firm today for your free consultation 503.223.3422 and let them take the burden off of you so you can rest at night. We're solid, we're here if you need us and we're very good at what we do.
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I know what I did was wrong, should I just plead guilty to my Oregon DUI arrest?

The short answer is no! Many local judges will not even accept your guilty plea to a DUI charge at your arraignment because they know you haven’t had time to get the police reports for your case and to discuss your case with a lawyer. Without trying to scare you, a DUII in Oregon is either a Class A Misdemeanor or a Class C Felony – a conviction of either of these likely means jail time, probation, license suspension, and significant court fines.
Do everything you can to make an educated decision before you go to court and tell them you are guilty of committing crime, and yes, this includes talking with an attorney. Of course the decision is yours - you don’t have to talk with an attorney at all, and you sure don’t have to call Reynolds Defense Firm, but I think the peace of mind it will give you will probably help you sleep better tonight. For a free consultation, please call us at 503.223.3422. Or visit us online: http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/frequently-asked-duii-questions.html#a8

What is the process for a DUI arrest in Washington County Oregon?

Washington County is Oregon’s second largest county, with a population of over 520,000 people. Washington County is the fastest growing county in the state of Oregon, in part due to several large corporate headquarters located within the county, such as Nike, Intel and Columbia Sportswear. There are several cities that comprise Washington County including Hillsboro, Beaverton, Cornelius and Tigard

If you have been charged with a DUI (also referred to as DUII) in Washington County, Reynolds Defense Firm has a unique ability to help you. Our team of attorneys has over 30 years of combined experience in Washington County. Does that mean that we can get back door deals for our clients? No, but building relationships is a large part of the criminal justice system. Our attorneys have spent many years working with the judges, police officers and court employees in Washington County, so they understand that when we stand next to our clients in court, they are solid people.

Washington County DUI Charges
Washington County DUI cases can take longer and require more court appearances than some of the surrounding counties. Long delays and numerous appearances can be confusing and frustrating for clients. Having an attorney with experience navigating the labyrinth of the Washington County Court system can go a long way towards reducing stress and can often improve outcomes for our clients.

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If you are facing charges for a DUI in Washington County, Oregon, [link to What We Do page] you need the services of a qualified, competent DUI attorney. If you have already been arrested, or even if you have only been questioned and believe that charges may be forthcoming, do not delay in obtaining the services of an experienced attorney. No matter how much you may believe the charges are mistaken, exaggerated, or in error, or even if you believe that you have no options but to face conviction, it is essential that you get the advice and assistance of an attorney who understands the ins and outs of the criminal justice system in Washington County.

It is always a mistake to face a DUI charge without good legal advice. Any conviction can have a significant impact on your future. Apart from costly fines, punishment may include jail time, community service, and other penalties. What is more, a conviction can have consequences that last far beyond the trial and punishment, such as a damaged reputation, barriers to employment, strained or destroyed personal and family relationships, financial hardships, and other problems. These types of consequences are too serious to leave to chance. By obtaining competent legal counsel right away, your attorney may be able to help you shorten the length of your ordeal, and minimize the negative consequences.

If you need help with a DUI matter in Washington County—please call Reynolds Defense Firm at (503) 223-3422, or contact us using the online form [link to contact page] on this website for your free initial consultation. Our team has over 30 years of experience working in the Portland Metro area including Washington County and can help answer your questions and figure out what the best steps are for you and your family.


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What is an Arraignment?

The court date on your criminal citation is the date and time you need to appear in court for your arraignment – this is not the trial date, but typically a procedural court appearance. At a criminal arraignment, you will learn exactly what crimes you are charged with, and you will receive the next court date for your case.
Your case will not be resolved at this appearance, this is an opportunity for the court, the District Attorney and the person arrested to check in so that the process can get started. You are at a distinct disadvantage if you go to this court appearance along – it seems pretty straightforward when everything goes well. But the judge and the DA have done this hundreds of time and know exactly what to expect and how to behave, you don’t. And anything you say or do can affect your DUI case moving forward, making things even more challenging than they are already.
Depending on the court and the charges you face, if the Reynolds Defense Firm represents you, we may be able to cancel the arraignment for you altogether, or may be able to appear in court for you on your behalf without you needing to be there. With that said, unless you have a lawyer tell you otherwise, you must be at the arraignment, or the court can issue a warrant for your arrest
If you are charged with a crime, and you missed your arraignment, please talk with a lawyer who knows what he or she is doing immediately, because your case could go from “not good” to “really bad” very quickly.
At the point you didn’t show up in court, the judge likely issued a bench warrant for your arrest. A bench warrant means you are in danger of a police officer coming to your home or work, placing you under arrest, and taking you to jail until the court can sort this out. If you are charged with a DUII, this can also result in an additional suspension of your driver’s license, and may prevent you from entering a DUI Diversion program. Regardless of what criminal charge you initially face, the district attorney can add another criminal charge - Failure to Appear - that you would also have to face.
A good lawyer can mitigate many of these consequences for you, depending on the unique circumstances of your case, but the earlier in the process you bring that attorney on board, the more effective he or she can be for you. http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/faqs.html

I've been arrested for a DUI in Washington County, what happens now?

Washington County is Oregon’s second largest county, with a population of over 520,000 people. Washington County is the fastest growing county in the state of Oregon, in part due to several large corporate headquarters located within the county, such as Nike, Intel and Columbia Sportswear. There are several cities that comprise Washington County including Hillsboro, Beaverton, Cornelius and Tigard

If you have been charged with a DUI (also referred to as DUII) in Washington County, Reynolds Defense Firm has a unique ability to help you. Our team of attorneys has over 30 years of combined experience in Washington County. Does that mean that we can get back door deals for our clients? No, but building relationships is a large part of the criminal justice system. Our attorneys have spent many years working with the judges, police officers and court employees in Washington County, so they understand that when we stand next to our clients in court, they are solid people.

Washington County DUI Charges
Washington County DUI cases can take longer and require more court appearances than some of the surrounding counties. Long delays and numerous appearances can be confusing and frustrating for clients. Having an attorney with experience navigating the labyrinth of the Washington County Court system can go a long way towards reducing stress and can often improve outcomes for our clients.

Call Reynolds Defense Firm For a Free Consultation
If you are facing charges for a DUI in Washington County, Oregon, [link to What We Do page] you need the services of a qualified, competent DUI attorney. If you have already been arrested, or even if you have only been questioned and believe that charges may be forthcoming, do not delay in obtaining the services of an experienced attorney. No matter how much you may believe the charges are mistaken, exaggerated, or in error, or even if you believe that you have no options but to face conviction, it is essential that you get the advice and assistance of an attorney who understands the ins and outs of the criminal justice system in Washington County.

It is always a mistake to face a DUI charge without good legal advice. Any conviction can have a significant impact on your future. Apart from costly fines, punishment may include jail time, community service, and other penalties. What is more, a conviction can have consequences that last far beyond the trial and punishment, such as a damaged reputation, barriers to employment, strained or destroyed personal and family relationships, financial hardships, and other problems. These types of consequences are too serious to leave to chance. By obtaining competent legal counsel right away, your attorney may be able to help you shorten the length of your ordeal, and minimize the negative consequences.

If you need help with a DUI matter in Washington County—please call Reynolds Defense Firm at (503) 223-3422, or contact us using the online form [link to contact page] on this website for your free initial consultation. Our team has over 30 years of experience working in the Portland Metro area including Washington County and can help answer your questions and figure out what the best steps are for you and your family.


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How does the Reynolds Defense Firm DUI legal team work?

How does the Reynolds Defense Firm team work?
Reynolds Defense Firm has four attorneys, myself and three who work for me. All four represent every client that hires us, but one is designated as the lead attorney. The lead attorney's job is to first be the primary point of contact for the case both for the client, the District Attorney's office and the Court system. Second, they are in charge of coordinating the client's overall defense including strategy, timelines, goals, and negotiations.

I could be your lead attorney, but in most cases its the attorneys that work for me. It took me a long time to get my ego out of the way to the point where I could hire attorneys that are as good or better than me. My wife's office used to be across the hill from my Senior Associate's office. I knew I'd succeeded in hiring great attorneys at the point she said, "Dan, if I get arrested for a DUI, I want him to represent me." And that hurt, but was also true. There are some things that I'm great at especially in building relationships. There are some things that my attorneys are better than I am at.

The way that the Team works is that all attorneys and our Legal Assistants meet weekly to discuss every case that we have at the firm. They go over timelines, strategy, outcomes, status checks, court appearances, and outstanding items. This way, no matter what comes up with any case in the firm - every attorney knows what is going on so they can step in when needed and still provide the same great service and legal representation for our clients along with managing the goals of the case consistently. This weekly communication allows all of our clients to have the advantage of having over 40 years of combined experience on their team and in our experience, that gives them the best chance of success both in and out of court.

My goal in selecting a lead attorney is to make sure that Reynolds Defense Firm does the absolute best we can for every client.

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I've been arrested for a DUI in Oregon, how do I find the right attorney for me?

If you’ve been arrested, the first thing you need is to find the right law firm to help you - the kind of law firm that you can place your faith and trust into, a law firm that you can believe in, and one that will believe in you too. The Reynolds Defense Firm is exactly that kind of law firm for the clients we work with. Our passion is helping our clients create success stories, both in the courtroom and in life, and this is the basis of the Reynolds Defense Firm Vision:

“We go beyond providing fantastic legal service - we change peoples’ lives by helping them understand why they were arrested and by giving them the tools and encouragement to address the real problems in their lives.”

In the courtroom, we provide fantastic legal service – our legal team is second to none. While every case is unique, and outcomes differ, what I can say is that our successes in the courtroom often border on amazing, and this isn’t just a happy coincidence – our attorneys have more than 35 years of experience in Oregon’s DUI laws, and we understand the criminal justice system inside and out. http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/specialties.html

What is an IID?

An Ignition Interlock Device (IID) is a device that is wired to your car’s ignition that requires a breath sample prior to starting the ignition. If the IID detects alcohol on your breath, the engine will not start. Additionally, the device requires periodic samples as you drive to be sure that the driver’s breath sample doesn’t exceed a certain limit. The IID will cost about $70/month for monitoring.

As of January 1, 2012, if you enter Diversion, Oregon state law requires that you install an IID in any vehicle that you operate during the one year period in which you have driving privileges. The IID must be installed by a state authorized installer.

In addition, if you are convicted of a DUII in Oregon, you must install an IID during any hardship permit period as well as for a minimum of one to two years after the end of your court supervision period.

Please feel free to call us - the Reynolds Defense Firm has a list of vendors, including an ignition interlock device company (as well as attorneys, insurance agents, treatment providers, etc.) that we’ve developed relationships with and that we trust to do a good job for you. We jokingly call it our “who I would send my mom to” list – if you need anything related to a DUI arrest or conviction, or if you ever need an attorney in a different area of law, we have a trusted referral that can help.

You can also find a list of ignition interlock device companies available in the next link: IDD Installers

Oregon’s DUI laws currently allow anyone to drive a car that you have an interlock installed into. With that said, anyone operating that vehicle will have to use the interlock device in the same way as you.

One warning on this through – some IID companies automatically report a failure of the interlock system to the court or DUI evaluator’s office. This means that even if someone else tried to start your car with alcohol on their breath, you may be required to go to court to defend yourself.
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What can I expect from my free consultation when I call Reynolds Defense Firm?

Reynolds Defense Firm offers a free consultation to everyone who calls our firm. So if you or someone you care about has been arrested for a DUI (also known as DUII) or other related crimes, please call us. (503)223-3422. There are probably hundreds of questions running through your mind right now. While you can find answers to some of your questions on our website, please remember that, at the end of the day, a website can never be a good substitute for talking to an attorney who specializes in Oregon’s DUI laws. And, I’m proud to say that the Reynolds Defense Firm of one of the top DUI defense firms in Oregon. We don’t charge anything for our first phone conversation, so please give us a call to talk through your situation.
“But my case is so straightforward, and I need to know what will happen to me…” I understand that feeling, and that’s why I’ve put answers to all these frequently asked questions together on our website! But let me make a suggestion –use the website for general information and to get a feel for who we are as a law firm, but please don’t try to diagnose your legal problems this way.
I think most of us have probably tried to diagnose a medical problem we were experiencing by going to Web MD or a similar site - at least I know that I tried that once when my son was a little boy. In doing so, I scared the heck out of myself, and I learned some life lessons in the process. For me, I learned that 1) despite all my education and life experiences, I’m not a doctor, 2) ‘book learning’ is fine, but it doesn’t hold a candle to actual, hands-on experience, and 3) for me, when something important is on the line, I need to find an expert I can trust to help me. While of course medicine and law are different, I think the logic applies to both – please don’t rely on some version of ‘Legal MD’ for answers – give us a call to talk this through.
We do one thing, and we do it very well. We specialize in representing good people facing DUI or other criminal charges. Our team at Reynolds Defense Firm talks to a lot of good people who have been arrested. Some of them hire us, some of them hire someone else, but our goal is that by the end of the conversation, every person we talk with is better off than he or she was before they called us.
When you call, you will speak with our Firm Liaison, who will talk with you about what happened and get to know you better as a person, to find out what you are most concerned about and what is most important to you. This will give you an opportunity to better understand who we are as a firm and if our team is a good fit for you. During this call, we will make a decision if we choose to work together. If so, we will set up an in-person meeting in our office.
At this meeting, we will elaborate more about what we talked about on the phone & get to know each other a bit deeper, we will talk more about the facts of the case and more detail about the steps that are coming up to get your case resolved and get you back to being the person you were before your DUI arrest.
If you need help, please call us for a free phone consultation. Of course I hope that leads to us working together, but regardless, you will get straightforward answers to your questions to help you sleep easier tonight. Call us today to speak with a member of our team for your free consultation 503-223-3422 or visit us online: http://www.reynoldsdefensefirm.com/contact-us.html

How does Reynolds Defense Firm charge for representing a client in a DUI arrest?

The way that Reynolds Defense Firm charges for DUI representation is flat fees for all the work that we do.

The amount of the flat fee depends on several variables: -What the client needs -What the client's charges are -What our team needs to do to help you, and -Where your case is located.

We charge flat fees for several reasons. First, It has never seemed right to me that if I needed more money as an attorney, I could just start calling my clients and billing them more because they talked to me. That doesn't feel right to me and we don't do it that way.

Second, it doesn't cost our clients any more to call us than it does to not call us. It doesn't cost our clients any more to meet us than it does to not meet us. Because we want our clients to call us and we want our clients to meet with us.

What I have found is the more that out clients understand exactly what's going on with their case, the more comfortable they are that they're in good hands.

When they understand the process, they understand that we're taking care of them. As a result, they get through their court experience in a much more positive way. Communication with their attorneys is one of they key components of that success.

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