More details would be needed because this is not a clear cut answer. I can say Arkansas does not recognize common law marriage. However, I wouldn't give up just yet. It depends on when the property was acquired (during the 14 years or after). Did your partner have a will? Do your partner have...Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on your insurance policy, if it provides full coverage. If you only carry basic liability, a property damage claim from such an incident occurring on an open roadway could be difficult. Good luck
53day from date my Truck was Towed to the shop till I got back. The reason it took so long was Insurance sent check to wrong state & company. They didn't let me know I sent them around 15 emails with no response. I lost out on a job. Stuff was shut off and I even had to walk to town one... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. In terms of loss of use, damages to offset the unavailability the vehicle in PD claims are usually limited to rental cars as an industry practice nationwide. And depending on the carrier, even that can be tightly...Read more »
Hearing May 2021 awarding father joint custody after moving with a distance of childrens school. Father does, begins joint. Mother appeals courts decision. Appeals court reversed in part, affirmed in part. Reversed the distance requirement but agreed custody should have changed but without the... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you are able to discuss this with a local attorney familiar with Arkansas rules of civil procedure, as a general premise nationwide, there is no such time limit. The Sixth Amendment protection you're...Read more »
It was years back, abusive ex husband I left showed up where I was staying and assaulted me. I had no job and was pregnant. I had no idea the consequences of pleading guilty. I was out on bail. At plea hearing the judge said if I plead not guilty he was going to put me in jail even after my... Read more »
"It was years back" is a real problem with your case. An overbearing judge may have unintentionally misled you. You were probably not in a state of mind to appreciate what was happening to you at that time as well. What you describe is fraught with problems from a legal perspective....Read more »
More information is needed on this however unless a court of law has ruled on the issue of fault, you have every right to fight the current/previous opinions of the investigating officer, insurance companies and others by filing a lawsuit and having a trial.
Today, I became a US citizen. My mom is currently a green card holder. 8 years ago my mom filed a police report against my dad for domestic violence. (However, there's no police report filed against my dad according to the olathe police.) Then we filed for a U-visa. Got approved, then after 3... Read more »
I understand that he is your dad and even though he caused you and your mother mental trauma, you still want to sponsor him to get his green card. While your father would be an immediate relative, if you were to sponsor him now that you have here citizenship, I'm not sure what criminal charges...Read more »
We bought a house last year that has turned out to be a money pit. We've wasted quite a bit of money on repairs, while also finding out that the whole street is pretty much a party street. We're out of city limits, so the cops say theres nothing they can do. I'm enrolled in online... Read more »
You might have to finish 8 months and more! You are subject to being sentenced to the maximum sentence that you could have received at the time you got the probationary sentence. You might also serve the remainder of your sentence in jail or prison rather than on probation.
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to arrange a meaningful consult with a local attorney, as a general matter nationwide, the other side's insurance should cover damages if you can show that they were at fault. Good luck
The short answer is yes, it can be enhanced based upon several different factors. Weight of the drugs, the way they are packaged, if there are scales or baggies present with the drugs, all of these can factor into an enhancement.
If you are asking about possession of firearms by certain persons, then yes, there are viable defenses. Knowledge of the firearm is required to be proved to sustain a conviction in these cases. So, if it is not reasonable that you knew or should have known the firearm was present, you may have a...Read more »
My husband was arrested May 26th, 2022, around 10pm for fleeing in vehicle, in addition to outstanding warrants for a class Y delivery charge and FTP on a driving offense. The class Y arrest warrant was issued in Sept of 2019. We had no knowledge of the charges or warrant prior to arrest. He has... Read more »
"No" is the easy answer. That is, not with the intent to ambush a citizen with a warrant to get an existing bail bond revoked. The problem is that there is no requirement that all existing warrants be served at a given time. Warrants can become stale or subject to attack for several...Read more »
I was convicted of a drug charge. I had a public defender and plead out to one-year probation. My code defendant has hired private counsel and has not plead out yet. But I see where they are attempting to have the case dismissed. If he is successful in his attempt at having his case thrown out what... Read more »
You could appeal your plea or file a rule 37 ineffective assistance of counsel or writ of error coram nobis. These are all very expensive remedies, I recommend Michael Kaiser in the Little Rock area for appeals and rule 37s.
Thanks and it depends on your position and their exact policy. If, for example, they don't have a cap on the amount of comp. time that you can accrue (add up), and you keep accruing unlimited hours, then you are owed the pay for the hours over the cap at time-and-a-half your regular rate of...Read more »
Couldn't squeeze over the of wall but the absolutely not even 90 degrees turn on on the ramp to 30 is I'm possibly. It's more like 45 degree angle. I didny want to get spattered but the corner of on ramp and truck coming over sure did a number in my right fender and considering this... Read more »
An Arkansas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your accident. There's no mention of injuries, and I hope that's the case. Based on the description here, this isn't a bad faith matter (which would generally require some...Read more »
You should contact the accused's lawyer. Court action is required to set aside the no contact order. Usually, a judge will recall or set aside the order if the alleged victim requests that action. Many judges require some statement in open court from the alleged victim requesting that the...Read more »
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