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An appeal decision is not as straightforward as you might think. To illustrate the point, I need to point you to an area in which I am almost completely stupid: Football. I basically watch enough football to be dangerous. I don’t really understand what’s going on, but I know enough to be able to shout things at the television that
Inmate Medical and Mental Health Care Rights All prisoners have a right to adequate medical care, mental health care, and equal treatment which is guaranteed by the Constitution and federal law. Overcrowding, understaffing, and civil rights violations in Arkansas prisons became national news in 1968 when prison superintendent Tom Murton uncovered 3 skeletons at Cummins Unit. Murton’s attempt to reform
The entire appeal process in Arkansas can take as little as four months and up to two years. The four-month figure is not realistic, but it’s theoretically possible. It would require that everyone involved (appellant, appellee, court reporter, circuit clerk, trial court, Supreme Court clerk, and appeals court) handle their business immediately. This never happens. Appeal Process: After Trial Court
The “one leg stand” is the third and final Standardized Field Sobriety Test a police officer will use on a person they have stopped for suspicion of driving while intoxicated in Arkansas. The one leg stand is broken into two parts. First is the Instruction stage. Second is the Balance and counting stage. In the Instruction stage the person is
In my job as an estate and elder law attorney, I speak to people who have decided to start their end of life planning on a daily basis. As a part of the first conversation I have with these folks, I usually ask what made them decide to start planning now. Many people live into their seventies before they decide
We often deal with clients who need an estate plan, but don’t realize they need what’s called a “power of attorney.” One of the main questions we ask when we draft estate plans is, “who do you want to take care of your money when you can’t do it yourself?” This is a hard question for most people to answer.