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What does the law require when it comes to search warrants?

On television and in the movies, officers walk up to the door of someone's home, dramatically present them with a search warrant and brush past them as they begin to look for whatever evidence they came to find. That one piece of paper holds a great deal of power in both Hollywood fiction and real life.

Woman suspected of multiple violent crimes in Arkansas

A woman already suspected of murdering her grandmother is in the hot seat again after being accused of intentionally running down a bicyclist with her car. The 26-year-old woman accused of these violent crimes appeared in an Arkansas court on June 20 to face the charges, including felony aggravated assault and battery. These charges compound the existing charges, including capital murder and tampering. 

Arkansas men accused of drug crimes

Three men have been indicted as part of an ongoing investigation into a suspected drug ring, according to federal and local sources. The men were arrested in Osceola, Arkansas, and are now facing federal gun and drug charges. They are among 70 people charged with drug crimes -- over 40 federal indictments -- as part of the operation. If they are found guilty, they could face years in prison. 

Fleeing the scene, not a good idea when suspected of drug crimes

It's difficult to predict when Arkansas police will show up at a private residence or business, wanting to search the premises. However, if it happens, and the property or business owner is present at the time, it's never a good idea to run away from the scene. This was made evident on a recent Friday when a particular person was suspected of drug crimes.

Woman in Arkansas accused of violent crimes

A mother in Poinsett County is under fire after police say they found her infant child dead, according to local sources. The 25-year-old woman has been charged with violent crimes by Arkansas authorities after family members found the body of the child in a dryer. If she is found guilty, she could go to prison for the rest of her life.

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