An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You need to search for attorneys who handle Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) matters. You could try searching under ADA and civil rights law firms. You could check with the Arkansas Bar Association. Most...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Something is not clear, as your post mentions charges but is under Personal Injury and Civil Litigation. A criminal attorney should advise on anything involving the term "charges," but under civil...Read more »
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 »
Yes and another case came down Thursday confirming that again. These police officers broke the law and your friend could probably sue them. I defend these cases and sue over constitutional violations, another attorney and I just won this case:
The information below is a general statement regarding autopsy reports. There are forms on the Arkansas State Crime Lab Website that may assist you in obtaining the report. Typically, once the autopsy report is released to Law Enforcement Officials the information is public and you can use the...Read more »
No, because you believe they are attempting to steal the vehicle. If you reasonably believe force is necessary to prevent death or great bodily harm, then, you are in a MUCH better position. The carport is likely considered curtilage (basically, an extension of the home) but the main issue is...Read more »
A off duty police officer set up a meeting with my niece to talk to her. she stopped her the day before. The officer was intimate with by niece boyfriend and thought my niece knew about the relationship. My niece didn't know anything. The traffic stop was full of open threats from the officer... Read more »
I have been banned from a website for "hate speech". Given that the SCOTUS has ruled that "hate speech" was protected under the 1st Amendment, as well as Judge Naomi Buchwald ruling that the President's Twitter is a "public forum" so he cannot ban people, as well... Read more »
Private entities can't violate your rights to free speech. Exceptions would include things like the government is using a Facebook page and then blocks you from that Facebook page. Unless you're more specific, what you have described does not sound like a free speech violation.
She's facing multiple drug charges and failure to appear charge. She has medical issues and only began to get in trouble since this January. I can't find anyone to help. I believe that she was coerced into some things. Her history is that of abuse and neglect. She had a really bad head... Read more »
I'll tell you that the Public Defenders who I deal with are excellent at their jobs. No, they do not have a lot of time for hand-holding. They certainly not available for family or boyfriends. Lawyers are not able to do pro bono work for criminal cases because there is the Public...Read more »
This question doesn't belong in any of these categories. You may have a civil cause of action for defamation. You should consult with a litigation attorney who specializes in defamation. Here is some more information about defamation:...Read more »
A motion for an "Act 3" review is a request that a person charged with an offense is interviewed by a mental health professional to determine if the person charged is mentally fit to proceed in a criminal case.
There is no constitutional right to drive. Driving is a privilege. That means you have to do what it takes to have the license and follow the rules. If you driver's license is suspended, you may be able to get a permit to drive to work, school, medical, lawyer, etc. You will have to visit...Read more »
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