Criminal Law

Criminal Law

3 Reasons to Hire a Traffic Ticket Lawyer

We represent traffic violations in the following Arkansas Counties: Faulkner County, Pulaski County, Lonoke County Garland County, Hot Springs County and Jefferson County. Most people think of a traffic ticket as one of life’s simple annoyances.  No matter how good of a driver you may be, odds are, eventually you will get caught committing a minor violation. And there are…

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Criminal Law

Arkansas Speeding Tickets for CDL Drivers

For CDL Drivers – If you received a speeding ticket in Arkansas and have a Commercial Driver’s License, there are a few things you should know. We represent traffic violations in the following Arkansas Counties: Faulkner County, Pulaski County, Lonoke County Garland County, Hot Springs County and Jefferson County. The vast majority of drivers play by the same rules of…

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Criminal Law

Why Was I Charged for Someone Else’s Drugs?

One of the many strange things about criminal law is that it’s not illegal to use drugs; it’s just illegal to have them. But what does it mean to “have them”—also known as possession. If you’ve ever received a drug charge for constructive possession, you know that it’s not a simple question. Most constructive possession cases start the same way:…

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Criminal Law

What You Need to Know About Miranda Rights

If you’ve ever watched an episode of “Law and Order” or “Cops,” you probably know that the police are supposed to read someone their rights when they get arrested. You may also know that these are called your Miranda rights. They’re called Miranda rights because they came out of a famous Supreme Court case called Miranda v. Arizona. In that…

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Criminal Law

What to Do If You’re Facing a Probation Revocation

Under Arkansas law, you can be sentenced to probation to avoid going to jail. If you are on probation, you want to make sure that you do everything you can to avoid a probation revocation. As you probably know, your probation can be revoked for many reasons, including failing drug tests, missing appointments with your probation officer, failure to complete…

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Civil Law, Criminal Law, Family Law

How Do I Keep Someone Away From Me?

It’s no secret: Family quarrels bring out the worst in people. Many have said that family disputes are usually pretty good people on their worst behavior. In a perfect world, people would have their dispute, reach a reasonable compromise, and then leave each other and each other’s stuff the heck alone. But we do not live in a perfect world—not even…

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Criminal Law

Do I Have to Take the Standard Field Sobriety Tests?

One of the most common questions I get is whether one should take the Standard Field Sobriety Tests given by police officers. The answer is no. We can all agree, I think, that drunk driving is bad. Buzzed driving is bad. What we don’t agree on, however, is what it means to be drunk. Law enforcement often use Standard Field…

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Criminal Law

What is Probable Cause for an Arrest in Arkansas?

We all hear the term “probable cause” every time we watch Law and Order or any of our favorite crime shows. But what does it really mean? Probable cause is the major line in the sand of criminal law. It is how a Little Rock police officer is able to get from suspecting a crime is being committed—a mere “hunch”—to making…

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Criminal Law

Battery: Good for Christmas Toys, Bad for Christmas

  That is:  Getting a Domestic Battery charge is one of the worst ways to spend an Arkansas holiday. The Holidays (Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Years, that is) can be particularly tough on families. Money is tight because of Christmas. You’re spending a lot of time around people that you may not like but can’t avoid. You have to eat…

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