Gregory Bryant

Gregory Bryant


Little Rock, AR

  • Experience Criminal Law, Divorce, DUI & DWI ... year
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Practice Areas

Criminal Law
Family Law
Municipal Law
Cannabis & Marijuana Law
Construction Law
Juvenile Law
White Collar Crime
Criminal Law

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Arkansas

Spoken Languages

  • English: Spoken, Written

Working hours

  • Monday: 7 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 7 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 7 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Thursday: 7 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Friday: 7 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Saturday: 8 AM - 12 PM
  • Sunday: Closed

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Starting the day I opened an office, clients have asked: "What's your success rate?" Back In 1982, I said…heck…I just started! Now when I get asked that question today but my answer 40 years later is, look at my results and read my client reviews. I defended people during the most stressful, sorrowful, and angry times in their lives: When a federal or state prosecutor has filed criminal charges against them; or they are battling over the custody of their children or their grandchildren or cheated out of an inherited property, or their Trust money mismanaged. Over the years I was the lead attorney on cases that have received been in the national news. One was United States v. Fredrick George Celani, a case featured on ABC's 20/20 and mentioned in an article published in The New Yorker magazine, and there is United States v. Larry Cooney, that case was about a convicted felons right to use a firearm to defend himself or another person; Coleman v. Watt a federal court case where I filed a lawsuit against a judge featured on the Phil Donahue Show, and there are others. The reason my clients give me good reviews is because of one word: PREPARATION. Preparation makes a bad lawyer good, a good lawyer great, and a great lawyer greater.I have fought for my clients since 1982. I have battled with the police, prosecutors, and public opinion within the bounds of the law and in a professional manner. I might have gone overboard when I told a newspaper reporter "There's a criminal element in the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department" or when I told a reporter that my client - the first female sergeant with the North Little Rock Police Department who was charged with perjury case later dismissed - "would own a fleet of police cars when her case is over". If you like what you have read, give me a call.If you like what you have read, give me a call.

Professional Experience

  • Owner
    Greg Bryant, Attorney At Law P.A

Professional Associations

  • Arkansas State Bar


  • University of Arkansas - Fayetteville

Speaking Engagements

  • US Sentencing Guideline, US Office of US Courts


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