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February 2019 Archives

The serious nature of filing a false police report

There are numerous reasons why someone would lie to the police. Most often, the individual fears getting into trouble or getting someone else in trouble. Additionally, someone may tell the police false information without knowing the information is untrue. However, there are times when someone intentionally misleads police by filing a false report.

3 arrested for drug crimes in Arkansas

Three individuals, one of whom is believed to be a ranking member of the white nationalist Aryan Brotherhood organization, were arrested for alleged drug trafficking in Garland County, according to local sources. Arkansas authorities have charged the trio with drug crimes following the execution of a search warrant of a couple's residence and the third woman's vehicle. These arrests come at the end of a months-long investigation into their alleged activities. 

Are you facing extortion charges?

Words matter, and sometimes in the heat of the moment, you may say words that others may interpret as threatening. In fact, you may have such high emotions that you do not even remember what you said or why, but others may claim to have a clear recollection. If that recollection is that you used threats to extort someone, you may be facing serious criminal charges.

Police officer in Arkansas charged with drug crimes

A police officer in Marion is facing serious charges following a months-long investigation into his alleged illegal activities. The man voluntarily surrendered to Arkansas law enforcement. The officer, a lieutenant in the Marion Police Department, faces charges of drug crimes, including possession of a controlled substance. 

2 charged with drug crimes in Arkansas

Two people have been taken into custody, and an infant is now under the care of the Department of Homeland Security following a drug bust in Sebastian County. Officers in Fort Smith, Arkansas, investigated a home thought to be the location of drug crimes on Feb. 7. One man and a teenage girl were both arrested and charged in the incident, but no court dates have been announced. 

Arkansas man charged with alleged drug crimes

Police in Little Rock have announced the arrest of a man believed to have been involved in drugs. The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office has confirmed the arrest of the 47-year-old Arkansas man, who is facing charges for drug crimes. He was due in court on Feb. 1 and remained in police county without bond prior to the court date. 

What are reasonable grounds for searches without warrants?

When facing criminal charges, you understand that it is important to develop a strong defense strategy, but where should you start? One of the first steps to developing the right approach for your defense is to understand the nature of the charges against you, as well as your constitutional rights. If you experienced a violation of these rights, it could compromise the prosecution's case against you.

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