I have a class D felony expunged in Arkansas. The conviction is from 1996 and the order to seal was issued in 2007. At that time in 2007 all civil rights including the right to possess firearms, were part of the expungement effect. However as of 2014 the law was repealed and under the new law,... 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:
If they were given permission then it would not be a crime. If permission was revoked and communicated to the person borrowing the car that is an unauthorized use charge or a theft of property charge based on the circumstances.
Was recently visiting a friend home when police came to arrest him. My friend ordered me to be quiet and to not answer the door.when please got the door open they charge me with obstructing goverment operation? With it not being my home and me instructed by the home owner not to open the door... 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.
My sister got a delivery charge, due to the affidavit she was caught on tape.. her public defender says he saw the video but the only way she could see it for herself was to go to trial and would lose her chance to take a plea. Is this right?
I pled quilty in 2008 for felony of poss controlled substance and manufacturing ...no prison time 5 yrs probation and I went to 90 day drug rehab I've done the 180 program I've not been in any trouble since aside from a speeding ticket is there any chance of restoring my right to bare... Read more »
I am currently represented by a Public defender in Little Rock Arkansas, and my trial is scheduled for Thursday, December 6, but despite repeated phone calls and emails, my attorney has not responded or answered any of my questions. As a result, I have had to research the law my own; and I am... Read more »
I am the victim I believe he is remorseful. And I believe he would be a law abiding citizen. How can I get an early release for him.my heart go out to him,two lives are wasted, my son and this young man. I am using my own money for an attorney for him. What can I do?
I live in Missouri now but in 2011 I was living in Hot Springs AR, I got a public intoxication charge and never paid the fine. Now they have a hold on my drivers license so I can't get reinstated but I am eligible for reinstatement in MO, I have not had a DL since 2008/9 because I had a dui... Read more »
According to the 2017 Arkansas code, the act is categorized as a Class A misdemeanor. If no charges are expected to come forward, but say a desire to freely speak about the event constitutes a valid reason to come forward, primarily to relieve others of the burden of holding volatile information,... Read more »
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