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Q: Can a church allow smoking if they are a private residence
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answered on Jan 8, 2024

In Arkansas, the rules regarding smoking in private residences, including those used as places of worship, are generally less restrictive compared to public spaces. If a church is also a private residence, the decision to allow smoking typically falls under the discretion of the property owner or... View More

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Q: I ran out of gas at 3:45 this afternoon on a dirt road and by 5:45 the cops had my vehicle towed. Can they do that

It was not blocking any roadway or it wasn't on private property it was on a dirt road

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answered on Oct 19, 2023

In Arkansas, whether or not a vehicle can be towed can depend on various factors, including local ordinances and state law. Generally, law enforcement has the authority to tow vehicles that are considered abandoned or pose a safety risk. If your vehicle was not blocking the roadway or on private... View More

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Q: Can a lawyer do something about the nepotism going on at Washington county sheriffs office? Hello

We have proof.

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answered on Mar 5, 2023

If you have proof of nepotism occurring at the Washington County Sheriff's Office, you may want to consider contacting a lawyer who specializes in employment law or civil rights law.

A lawyer can advise you on the appropriate legal options available to you, which may include filing a...
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Q: In a Mayor, Council form of government what are the rules for removal of a mayor or alderman from office?
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Aug 23, 2016

Look at your city charter or similar document for starters.

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