You can’t take a chance when it comes to your freedom.
Experience You Can Depend On
When you are charged with a crime, you want to make sure you have a lawyer who understands what it takes to get results — someone who will defend you aggressively, intelligently, and passionately.
Attorney John Wesley Hall‘s mission is to ensure his clients always have a fighter in their corner. We have been serving the people of Little Rock and across Arkansas since 1973 with tough, principled, honest legal counsel.
What We Can Help With?
White Collar Crimes
What Our Clients Say
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We’ll Give You A Fighting Chance
There’s no substitute for experience, and our firm has it. Mr. Hall has worked on thousands of cases in his career. He has defended clients in all types of courts in Arkansas, all the way up to federal circuit courts and several state supreme courts — as well as twice arguing cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Whether you’re facing charges related to a drug arrest, a violent crime, or a white-collar crime, we’ve been there. We know what it takes to succeed, and we can put that knowledge to work for you. Mr. Hall is always straightforward about the charges you are facing, and honest counsel is essential to protect your rights and to keep your options open.
Hiring a defense attorney may be expensive, but do not cut corners when your freedom and future are on the line. Make sure to get the lawyer you want to retain.
Valuable Services For Professionals
Physicians, psychologists, and attorneys are expected to adhere to the ethical and professional demands of their professions. When lawyers or other professionals are accused of criminal activity, they need to be able to rely on trusted legal advice.
John Wesley Hall understands the issues that professional workers in the legal or medical profession can face. We work diligently to ensure that executives and those in high-ranking positions are treated fairly and are defended staunchly.
Special Court of Sierra Leone, An International Court
Attorney John Wesley Hall, in 2004, argues a point of evidence in a War Crimes trial under the Geneva Convention Art. 3, Additional Protocol II.