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December 2018 Archives

Identifying issues, remaining fair may allow for amicable divorce

Though many Arkansas residents may believe that ending their marriages is the right step to take, they may worry about the contention of the dissolution proceedings. However, divorce does not have to be a complicated fight. Parties who want to make an effort to end their marriages amicably may want to consider ways in which they can help make that happen.

18-wheeler accidents: Multiple lives lost in Arkansas

When a driver loses control of a vehicle, it can be immensely difficult to get the vehicle back under control. A driver may begin to panic, which often does not help matters. Additionally, if a semitrailer is involved, the size of that vehicle can come into play. In such cases, it is likely that 18-wheeler accidents occur.

Whose drugs are they?

Recreational possession and usage of any type of drug is illegal in Arkansas. In order to convict you of a drug crime, however, the prosecutor must first prove that you owned or controlled the drugs in question. Absent proof of that threshold issue, the prosecutor cannot convict you.

3 charged with violent crimes in Arkansas

When people are taken into police custody, it is easy for them to feel completely out of their element, especially if they have never been arrested before. They may wonder what will happen to them, what they need to do and what options they may have for getting out of the predicament. In relation to the last thought, obtaining legal information can often help them understand their defense options for accusations of violent crimes.

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