Frank Reynolds is a shareholder in the firm’s General Litigation Group. His practice focuses on state and federal criminal defense and professional licensing including at the State Bar of Michigan — before the Character and Fitness Standing Committee and for Attorney Discipline matters.
He has successfully defended many high profile cases in Ingham County and throughout Michigan. Through his career he has tried more than 250 cases — everything from a simple misdemeanor to the capital offense murder.
Frank’s passion is teaching and developing young professionals. He has presented and lectured across Michigan to educational, charitable and professional legal organizations, high school classes, community college and college classes. He has also served in adjunct professorships at both Western Michigan University Cooley Law School and Michigan State University College of Law.
In recognition of his contributions to the practice of law and his commitment to ensuring high standards of practice, he has received numerous awards and recognitions, including induction into the American College of Trial Lawyers in London, England in 2014, leadership positions in the local and state bar associations, numerous selections as Special Prosecutor, appointments to boards and inclusion in America, Michigan and appointment by former U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice, William H. Rehnquist, to the Magistrate Judge Education Advisory Committee of the Federal Judicial Center.
Frank served on the Judicial Qualifications Committee of the State Bar of Michigan. He formerly chaired the State Bar of Michigan Standing Committee on Character and Fitness and is a life member Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Frank received his law degree from the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School and holds a Master of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University.
He is admitted to practice in Michigan and in the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
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