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February 2018 Archives

Arkansas duo charged with drug crimes

A major bust at a residential home in Trumann has led to two arrests, according to the county sheriff's office. Arkansas authorities arrested a 31-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman after the raid allegedly turned up money, guns and drugs. Both individuals are charged with a litany of drug crimes, and if they are found guilty, both could face jail time. 

The low down on refusal of field sobriety and other tests

Have you ever wondered what you'd do if a police officer were to pull you over and ask you to take a field sobriety test? Perhaps you recently lived through just such an experience. You may have felt nervous or afraid, but also wondered if you were legally obligated to submit to the tests. Knowing your rights ahead of time can really come in handy if you do wind up in a situation where a police officer is asking you to step out of your vehicle.

Drug crimes charges filed against woman in Arkansas

A worker in an Arkansas county jail has been suspended, pending an investigation regarding his wife who authorities say may have been funneling methamphetamine into the prison system. The Sebastian County Sheriff's Office has just concluded its investigation concerning the 42-year-old woman, who now faces charges for alleged drug crimes. Her husband remains suspended from his duties pending an internal investigation into his possible involvement. 

Federal crimes: Arkansas man faces human trafficking charges

A 45-year-old restaurant owner is facing a litany of charges following his arrest the week of Feb. 7. The man has been charged with rape and human trafficking, the second of which falls under the category of federal crimes. He has since been released on bail, but Arkansas authorities are also pursuing the charges against him. 

Violent crimes: Arkansas man charged with murder

A 25-year-old man is facing serious charges following the death of an 18-month-old girl. Arkansas medical examiners have claimed the toddler, who was the daughter of the man's girlfriend, was a violent crimes victim. If he is found guilty of the criminal charges, he could spend years in prison. 

Were your Fourth Amendment rights violated?

Do you ever feel that a police officer or other law enforcement official overstepped his or her bounds? It is not an uncommon feeling. In fact, many individuals accused of crimes feel that way. In some cases, if authorities failed to follow proper protocol, their actions may be illegal. The Fourth Amendment guarantees Arkansas residents the right to be free from unlawful searches and seizures in places where they have an expectation of privacy -- even in the realm of criminal law.

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