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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Stockbroker Fraud for Arkansas on
Q: I am seeking an investment fraud attorney, can you help me

I am a victim of medical gas lighting, elder abuse, I highly believe investment fraud. I was injured on my job by slip n fall on ice. Injured head, neck, back, shoulders, lower back. After 2.5 years, Injuries show partial collapsed lungs, spread of cyst and nodules through body. No compensation... View More

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Q: How do I get a court order to have my sister get in house therapy she is out on bond for terroistic threatning.

She lost a daughter about 2 years ago and goes crazy at any given time. The least little thing sets her off. She has alienated all most every family member and friend. She's going to eventually hurt someone or herself.

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law and Criminal Law for Arkansas on
Q: Are over the counter Delta 8 Hemp derived THC products illegal for those on probation in Arkansas?

I use over the counter THC for nausea and appetite issues caused by HIV and the medication used to treat it. It also helps with mood stabilization and is used in conjunction with prescription medications foe my anxiety.

I was recently put on probation for six years and was told today by... View More

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Q: Good morning! An individual took a picture of me at work because I had fallen asleep. Taken without my consent in AR.

Someone took a picture of me at work. I work at a contracted company. This picture was taken of me without my consent AND sent to other individuals, resulting in my boss talking to me about the situation.

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Q: Will Arkansas put a warrant out for me if I don’t give my dna and fingerprints after receiving arrest tracking number?

Got a traffic stop in Arkansas and I got 2 felony charges and a misdemeanor. Class C and D felony and class A misdemeanor. They let me go without signing anything but they did arrest me and read me my rights. Then 2 weeks later I get paper with arrest tracking number on it and asking me to come... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Arkansas on
Q: My husband is incarcerated in Baxter Co AR for a non payment of fines. He is not in good health and hasn’t been forwhil

He has been there a little over 2 weeks and has been to the ER 3 times because his blood pressure has been very high.We are trying to get him out of there, but because he hasn’t seen a judge yet they will not release him. According to US code, A. 3C chapter 13 and US code A.3C chapter 13 and US... View More

Richard Lane Hughes
Richard Lane Hughes
answered on May 1, 2024

You need to get an attorney immediately. This situation needs to be brought to the attention of the Judge who issued the warrant for your husband's arrest or any Judge siting in the jurisdiction.

Of course, he should have been before a judge already. An accused is denied Due Process...
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Q: Today is my 91st on bond with no case opened on me and no charge listed for my arrest. Can legally just keep me in limbo

I was arrested on a felony theft of prop warrent feb 7th at a probably cause hearing. I bonded out Feb 8th. I have a lot of evidence to prove my innocence. They took my passport because my husbands a muslim but weve had an immigration case well before I was in trouble at his internview we found out... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Arkansas on
Q: Withdraw guilty plea

Domestic battery 3 charges while in jail pled guilty before knowledge of the charges and their meaning just turned 18

Degen Clow
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answered on May 15, 2024

Generally, you have 30 days after you have entered a plea to show good cause for the court to let you withdraw the plea.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant, Criminal Law and Personal Injury for Arkansas on
Q: While I was moving a woman, my landlords ex wife, took the mirror off of my dresser and gave/sold it to her sister.

She claimed it's because I packed things belonging to her mom, whom I don't even know. Most importantly, I did not pack anything. I left suddenly because the landlords soon kicked in my bedroom door at 1 in the morning, when it flew off the hinges I was bruised and injured. I'm on... View More

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Q: Does S.I.S give police the right to search without permission?
Richard Lane Hughes
Richard Lane Hughes
answered on Apr 19, 2024

A suspended imposition of sentence (SIS) judgment does not, by itself, affect your 4th Amendment and Arkansas Constitutional Rights. However, this judgment of conviction is often accompanied by a waiver of rights by the defendant that may be made a condition of the SIS sentence. The same is true of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Arkansas on
Q: Can an officer other than my assigned PB officer search my property any time they want? Without my PB being there

An officer showed up at my house without my probation officer being present and arrested me took me to jail while they were still conducting a search on my property and house after I was taken to jail they were still searching my property no warrant or warning

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answered on Apr 15, 2024

In general, probation officers and other law enforcement officials need to follow proper legal procedures when conducting searches, which typically require either consent, a warrant, or certain exigent circumstances. However, the specific rules can vary depending on the terms of your probation and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, Federal Crimes and Sexual Harassment for Arkansas on
Q: can i turn myself in if i’ve committed a sexual assault crime without involving the witness?

i could come up with excuses or try to justify my situation but i feel ive sexually assaulted my ex (who lives in Arizona) while we were together, can i turn myself in?

edit: i meant the victim im sorry

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answered on Apr 4, 2024

I know this is a very difficult situation, but I strongly encourage you to do the right thing - take full accountability for your actions, turn yourself in, and comply with the legal process. Consider consulting with a criminal defense attorney who can advise you on the legal implications and your... View More

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Q: I was sexually assaulted by a srg. At a detention center and I'm disabled can I sue?
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answered on Mar 28, 2024

I'm truly sorry to hear about your experience. It's important to know that victims of sexual assault have legal rights, including the right to pursue a lawsuit against the perpetrator and potentially the institution where the incident occurred. This applies regardless of your disability... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Health Care Law for Arkansas on
Q: are police supposed to stay with a person just arrested if they have to go to hospital before jail?

My stepfather suffered from a stroke in the police car after being arrested. it was from an adjoining county. After being placed in the car, our county waited on the county with the warrant at a local Dollar General. It would have taken at least 30 mins for the transporter to arrive. After... View More

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answered on Mar 25, 2024

When someone is arrested and requires hospitalization, police are typically required to ensure the person's safety and well-being, which often includes staying with or ensuring that the individual is securely handed over to medical staff. The exact protocols can vary based on local laws and... View More

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