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March 2019 Archives

How does Arkansas state law classify identity theft charges?

When police charge a person with a crime, it is not unusual for the accused person to feel as if a lot of actions are taking place all at once and then to feel as if nothing is progressing. Unfortunately, criminal cases can take a considerable amount of time to address, and if the police have charged you with a crime, you will want to take time of your own to gain information about the allegations.

Teenager accused of violent crimes in Arkansas

A teenager in Little Rock was taken into custody after a shooting on March 12, according to local police. The 17-year-old was arrested at an Arkansas children's hospital and charged with violent crimes, though the exact charges have not been publicly released. It is unclear whether the teen will be tried as an adult, but the prosecuting attorney's office has authorized such a move. 

Man charged with drug crimes after fentanyl found near child

A routine traffic stop can quickly spiral out of control. When Arkansas police pull over a driver, they may take advantage of the fact that drivers do not always have a solid grasp of their rights and protections. For example, a driver may consent to a search of the vehicle without realizing he or she has the right to refuse unless officers have a warrant or probable cause. The search of a vehicle sometimes leads to charges for drug crimes, which can place a driver's future on the line.

Cardiologist cleared of drug crimes

Charges have been dropped against a cardiologist working out of a Rogers hospital. The Arkansas man and his wife had previously faced felony charges for alleged drug crimes, including possession of marijuana. The hospital where the man is employed has not taken disciplinary action against him in this matter, though his wife will face a considerable term of probation. 

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