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What is negligent discharge?

Arkansas residents like you may be legally allowed to own or carry firearms. However, that doesn't mean you're exempt from wielding them with care. Today, John Wesley Hall will discuss what negligent discharge means, how it may differ from accidental discharge, and the repercussions therein.

Plea Bargaining Available Even to Repeat Offenders

The prospect of losing one’s liberty through criminal sentencing always makes the stakes in criminal defense high. In Arkansas, each felony class has associated fines and sentencing periods. Yet both these felony fines and felony imprisonment ranges may offer opportunities for plea bargaining. 

Arkansas weapons crimes: Man charged in shooting case

An Arkansas man has found himself in trouble with the law for his alleged involvement in a shooting case. He is now facing battery and weapons crimes charges, the penalties for which can be quite severe. An experienced criminal defense attorney will have the ability to guide this individual through the criminal court process and help him seek the best outcome possible.

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