April 2018 Archives

Violent crimes: teenager in Arkansas tried as adult

A 17-year-old boy is being charged as an adult in the case of an attack committed against a 21-year-old man. According to Arkansas police, they believe the boy was a member of a rival gang known for committing violent crimes. He has been charged with felony assault and is expected to face his charges as an adult. His criminal defense team will be vital in representing his interests, especially in this case. 

Agreement and intent: 2 elements of drug conspiracy

When a friend or family member approaches you about potentially carrying out a certain action, you may want to give the proposal some thought. If the situation involves possibly breaking the law in relation to drug activity, you may wonder whether the risks are worth the possible reward. What you may want to remember, however, is that even if you do not complete the act in question, you could still face charges for drug conspiracy.

2 arrested in Arkansas for alleged drug crimes

Two people in Little Rock were arrested following a police chase with an allegedly stolen vehicle. Arkansas State Police worked with the Saline County Sheriff's Office to apprehend a 27-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman. Both are facing multiple charges for their roles in the alleged theft, as well as for supposed drug crimes.

Woman in Arkansas charged with violent crimes

A woman in Gilmore is in legal trouble following an alleged encounter on a school bus, according to local sources. The woman, who is married to the small Arkansas town's mayor, is facing charges for violent crimes, including second-degree battery. So far, no court date has been announced. 

Violent crimes: Man in Arkansas faces arson, murder charges

A man police believe intentionally set fire to an apartment complex in Hot Springs is facing serious charges, according to local sources. Arkansas police have apprehended the man and accused him of the violent crimes that left one person dead. If he is found guilty of these charges, the man could be put to death or face life in prison. 

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