Kirby Riffel

Kirby Riffel

202 W. Broadway
Pocahontas, AR 72455

Phone: 870-892-4426

Website: arkansasdwi.info

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About Kirby Riffel

Founding Member of the National College for DUI Defense; Former Arkansas State Delegate for the National College for DUI Defense 1998 Summer Session Graduate; 2005 Winter Session Graduate; 2006 Winter Session Graduate; 2007 Winter Session Graduate; 2008 Winter Session Graduate Graduate of University of Arkansas Law School, President of Student Body Law Review. Mr. Riffel has handled hundreds of DWI cases statewide and is a member of NACDL, ATL, ABA, ATLA, plus past board member of Arkansas Trial Lawyers. Mr. Riffel offers experienced, dedicated and informed representation. Mr. Riffel was voted one of the best lawyers in Arkansas in the Arkansas Times poll in the summer of 1998. Mr. Riffel is a graduate of the national DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing course and a graudate of the Datamaster factory technician Maintenance Training Course, presented by National Patent Analytical Systems, Inc. at the factory in Mansfield, Ohio. Mr. Riffel has been invited to Ukraine on three occasions to teach law students, lawyers judges and has organized and conducted seminars for lawyers in Arkansas most recently in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Arkansas does not certify specialties; this is an advertisement.


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