As a general rule of thumb, yes, the court for one county can serve the warrant for the other and arrest you (to allow the transfer). It does make a difference if the warrant was from another state though since many states, including Arkansas, often don't arrest individuals appearing in their...Read more »
I have been hunting one down for well over a year now and can't seem to find anyone who wants to get involved. I am disabled and was involved in a 1 car MVA (hubby was driving)out of my State, SOL expires 12/23/20. Trooper is in audio and video as last person in possession of my medical... Read more »
In order to sue a police officer you have to usually prove that somebody has successfully sued over an extremely similar issue in the past. Which is difficult because it means the first person to sue over a unique issue will usually not recover any money.
My husband was arrested and taken to the police station for booking/questioning. He told them that they had the wrong person, after reading the warrant, explaining again that they wanted his father, not him, they got a positive ID that my husband wasn’t the right person.... he was arrested in the... Read more »
I have been unable to find work in the construction field during this epidemic and have had to carpal tunnel procedures gun before that and have not been able to work being the only provider in the house I have fell behind on rent
It appears that Bankruptcy may be a viable option as many grapple with Covid impacts right now. Many states and local governments stayed evictions due to the pandemic so that may be applicable in some manner.
It would be best to consult with a BK attorney to explore what options are best...Read more »
I was wondering if the state of Arkansas follows federal law concerning felon in possession of antique/pre-1899 muzzleloading firearms. I know that federal law does not prohibit us from using/possessing these types of firearms. I am unsure if the state has any Laws regarding them, and if they do,... Read more »
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. If you have an interest in the property and want to prevent foreclosure, you must act without delay. Four weeks have gone by and your post remains open. Time is of the essence here. If you need to prevent foreclosure and have not already acted by now,...Read more »
This isn't a law firm, or lawyer referral service. It's just a question & answer board. If you want to find a lawyer who handles civil cases, you could look one up on this site under Find-a-Lawyer. You could also conduct your own independent search or check the resources of the...Read more »
No, on its face, it does not seem fair. But the only opinion that really has legal significance for you here is that of an employment attorney. And your post remains open for four weeks. It's likely that based on the limited facts, it is difficult for an employment attorney to offer meaningful...Read more »
Her attorney told us both on 8/5/19 her next court dates were 9/9/16 & 9/16/19, we were meeting her attorney on Friday the 9th to go over her evidence. The night before the bondsman showed up to arrest her for the FTA. It's kinda confusing, he didn't arrest her, I called her attorney... Read more »
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