January 2019 Archives

Violent crimes: Man in Arkansas faces multiple charges

A man in Springdale is accused of kidnapping and torturing his pregnant wife, according to reports from Washington County. Arkansas authorities arrested the 35-year-old man on violent crimes charges, including rape, kidnapping, battery and more. The man has pleaded innocent and is expected to appear with his criminal defense representation on April 3 in a Washington County circuit court. 

Violent crimes: Man in Arkansas faces murder charges

An 18-year-old Springdale resident is facing serious charges following a shooting back on Dec. 6. Arkansas authorities extradited the man back from a neighboring state after he allegedly fled police seeking him in connection with the alleged murder. As with most violent crimes, if convicted the man could face serious jail time. 

Drug crimes involving cocaine result in felony charges

Police officers, lawmakers and other individuals in positions of authority often consider drug crimes serious offenses. While unlawful possession of any type of controlled substance could land you in serious trouble, criminal charges could become more severe if police officers accuse you of distribution or trafficking, or if they suspect the involvement of a particularly dangerous drug.

Arkansas football player accused of gun, drug crimes

A college football player in Fayetteville is facing a number of serious charges in Washington County, according to local sources. The 21-year-old University of Arkansas player is facing charges of alleged gun and drug crimes. If he is found guilty, he could face jail time, which could jeopardize any future career in professional sports he may have had.

Arkansas man arrested for alleged drug crimes

A routine traffic stop has ended in the arrest of a 52-year-old man for alleged drug-related activities, according to reports out of Hot Springs. Arkansas police apprehended the man, who is now charged with drug crimes as well as several other felony charges. If he is found guilty, he could face up to life in prison. He was slated to first appear in court on Jan. 7.

Violent crimes: Arkansas man charged with murder

A 29-year-old man is in custody following a shooting in Jonesboro on Jan. 1, according to law enforcement. Arkansas authorities arrested the man for allegedly shooting another man to death. Accusations of violent crimes of this nature are handled severely by state authorities, and if the man is found guilty, he could face considerable prison time. 

Fraud charges and the right defense strategy for your case

Facing any type of criminal charge is a serious threat to your future and your freedom. If you are currently dealing with any type of fraud charges, you would be wise to take your situation seriously and work on an appropriate defense strategy. The right approach depends on your individual case, the type of fraud and various other factors.

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