David Reynolds Law



Born January 16, 1949 in Norfolk, Virginia
Grew up in Dallas, Texas
Married to Anne Martin, two daughters


Texas A&M University, B.S. in Sociology, 1971
University of Texas at Austin, J.D. in 1974


Honorable Truman Roberts
Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
Briefing attorney, 1975-1976

Frank Maloney
Associate, 1976-1983

Travis County District Attorney's Office
Assistant, 1983-1985

Weeks, Chapman & Buford
Civil Litigation, 1985-1986

Solo Practice, Criminal Law
1986 - present


Licensed by the State Bar of Texas, 1975

Admitted to Bars of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1980

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1981

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, 1977

Board Certified, Criminal Law, 1980

Chairman, Criminal Law and Procedure Section
of the Travis County Bar Association, 1994-1995

Chairman, Development Assistance for Rehabilitation, Inc.
(St. Dismas House), 1991-1993

Charter Member (1991), Board of Directors (1997-1999) and Chairman (1999)
Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

President (2003-2004), Austin Kiwanis Club


Co-authored papers for State Bar of Texas Advanced Criminal Law
Course, 1976-1981; speaker, 1980

Author, "Effective Assistance of Retained v. Appointed Counsel",
6 VOICE No. 2, p. 4, (Winter, 1977)

Author, "Maryland Antitrust Case Means Increased Criminal
Prosecutions", Texas Realtor, p. 18 (January, 1978)

Co-author, "Attorney-Client Evidentiary Privilege",
12 VOICE No. 5, p. 5 (December, 1982)