I was arrested on july 5 fr felony in possession of firearm by certain person and released on july 6 because an officer escorted another person in the house to get shoes from the Same room they found them .... I wasn't in that room the me nor the tenant consent to search
He has not follow through with any of the judges ruling in divorce decree. He is behind over 20k in alimony payments and 3k in back child support. Recently was put on probation for drug charges. Do I contact probation officer or what?
There are a number of factors that will determine a potential sentence. The first being the quantity that an individual possessed. Additionally, how prior felony convictions a person has previously is another factor. Feel free to reach out and I can provide better estimates. 501-500-9797....View More
In Arkansas, moving into an abandoned property without permission is not typically legal. This action could be considered trespassing or squatting, which are illegal. To legally occupy an abandoned property, you would need to gain ownership through legal means, such as purchasing the property or...View More
My client has been in several mental institutions and was told she was INCOMPETENT and UNRESTORABLE by a forensic psychologist. She has been in out of the judicial system since 2012. I just learned some of these things , while doing research . One of her mental illnesses is a not good for her or... View More
To find an attorney for a mentally ill person in Arkansas who has been in the criminal justice system, consider reaching out to legal organizations that specialize in civil rights, disability rights, or mental health advocacy. The Arkansas Bar Association can provide referrals to lawyers with...View More
A deputy insisted to a local police office, while in my home, to charge me with paraphernalia (misdemeanor) after finding a flitter, or the size of end of a pencil eraser, amount of, what he said was, marijuana. It was most likely CBD flower, or that new delta 8, because I dumpster-dive many of the... View More
He was on probation and police knocked on the door and said they came cause he broke his probation and then they started searching my house, after throwing him down and basically used unnecessary force on 16 yr old very skinny boy. We asked for lawyer at station but they just kept questioning him.... View More
It is concerning that the police continued to question your son after he asked for a lawyer. This may be a violation of your son's Miranda rights. Miranda rights are the rights that the police must inform suspects of before they can question them. These rights include the right to remain...View More
The penalty for first-time criminal mischief in Arkansas will depend on the degree of the offense, which is typically determined by the amount of damage caused. If the damage is less than $1,000, it is considered a Class A misdemeanor, which could result in up to one year in jail and a fine of up...View More
In 2021, notice was removed by my p.o. I was on probation. (releasing me from probation 60 months early). I was arrested pretextually on July 09, 2021. An illegal search turned up a large amount of meth. The officers stole my phone, wallet, about $8,000 (turning in only $3821). No civil forefeiture... View More
As a Level 2 sex offender, parole conditions can vary, and one condition may include wearing an ankle monitor for tracking and monitoring purposes. These conditions are typically set by the parole board and may be part of your parole agreement. It's important to follow the terms of your parole...View More
My friend is in prison and has been for a year now. I hired an attorney for him last year. He's being charged with serious felonies. The attorney has not been to see him a single time and hasn't really done anything. I tried to fire her, and she said she would stay on the case anyway....... View More
The attorney-client relationship is between your friend and his lawyer regardless of who pays lawyer's fees. If he wishes to terminate that relationship, he can do so. The Court may not let attorney off the case given the time that has passed since the case was filed. However, if he hires...View More
Yes, if they fail to attend court or probation meetings, even if they are in treatment, the court can issue a Fail to Appear warrant or a Fail to Comply warrant if the court has not pre-proved the absence.
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