An experienced and winning litigator...defending your freedom, and protecting your property.
I started practicing law in 1982.
Starting the first day I began practicing law, I’ve been asked: “What’s your success rate?” Tough question? Not really. My success rate is far above most. And its all about one thing: Preparation. Preparation makes a bad lawyer good, a good lawyer great and a great lawyer greater. I been the lead attorney on cases that have been in the national news: United States v. Celani was featured on ABC’s 20/20 and mentioned in the New Yorker magazine; Coleman v. Watt a lawsuit filed in federal court against a city judge who ordered the police to impound a car if the license plate was expired was featured on the Phil Donahue Show. In State of Arkansas v. Kelvin Meeks was featured on the television magazine Hardcopy.
I fight hard for my clients…never too hard, there’s no such thing. For over 30 years, I have battled with law enforcement officers, only to turn around and represent them when they are in trouble. And I do it within the bounds of the law and in a professional manner. (Although I might have gone too far when I was quoted in the newspaper as saying, “There’s a criminal element in the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department”. And then there was the time I represented the first female sergeant with the North Little Rock Police Department. She was charged with perjury and that was later dismissed. Afterwards, when I sued the police department in federal court I was quoted as saying, “She’s gonna own a fleet of police cars when this is over.”).
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.
updated on 01/30/2014
This means the attorney did something wrong, but the Bar did not suspend the lawyer. Typically in this case the lawyer's poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
Gregory's comment:“Technical violation, missed deadline to file document with appellate court.”
updated on 01/30/2014
A caution means that an attorney did something wrong, but may still practice law. The attorney was cautioned in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior. Details of the infraction are made part of the public record.
Gregory's comment:“A technical violation, missed deadline to file document with appellate court.”
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Owner||Gregory E. Bryant, P.A.||1982 - 2016|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||Member||1995 - Present|
|National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys||Board Member||1990 - 1994|
|University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Leflar Law Center||JD - Juris Doctor||1980|
|University of Arkansas - Little Rock||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1976|
|Federal Sentencing Guidelines||Federal Sentencing Guidelines||1997|
|Clayton v. Clayton||Reversed|
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