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[08/23/20] After over 40 years of legal service I will be retiring in 2 months and closing my office. I am so appreciative of the thousands of wonderful clients I have known and represented through the years. So many friendships created and sharing the joy of being there for you through good times and bad. I thank all my clients and friends. It has been a great journey for me and I’ll never forget all the support and thanks you given me. Stay safe in this pandemic and may your lives be happy and fulfilled. Bob.
Until further notice my law office is closed to the coronavirus crisis. I am working from home but you can contact me by letter, telephone, email or Messenger.
May God be with you and be safe.
nytimes.com The justice and education departments will encourage the nation’s schools and universities to adopt race-blind admissions policies, reversing Obama administration guidance.
businessinsider.com The former president said US elections were at too much risk from cyberterrorism, and that voters should go back to voting with pen and paper until officials know how to deal with the threat. Hackers backed by the Russian government targeted election systems during the 2016 presidential election.
washingtonpost.com It's just the latest example from a state where many cities and counties have effectively criminalized poverty.
[08/24/17] One of the greatest pleasures I've known is helping people with adoptions. The smiles on the faces of the adoptive parents and the kids are heart-warming. I've had 3 in the last two weeks and they've all been special.
A class action lawsuit was filed Thursday in the federal court in Fayetteville against makers of opioid drugs for deceptive marketing of the addictive drugs for chronic pain, leading to a crisis of drug addiction.
The suit was filed by lawyers with the Thrash Law Firm in Little Rock and the Shemin Law Firm in Rogers.
While this term may have been a relatively uneventful one for the Supreme Court, it seems that it is poised to make up for it next term.
Besides the travel ban case, which will be argued in October, the court will also hear a major case on partisan gerrymandering, a religious liberty case involving a Colorado cake-shop owner who refused to serve a gay couple, and a case that asks whether the Fourth Amendment requires the government to obtain a warrant before searching and seizing historical cellphone records. It also includes several cases from this past term that the justices have decided to re-hear, including whether immigrant detainees who have been held for more than six months are entitled to bond hearings.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued opinions today, but still no word on whether it will accept for review Pavan v. Nathaniel Smith, the challenge to the Arkansas Supreme Court ruling that allows the state to discriminate against same-s*x married couples in issuance of marriage licenses.
Opposite-s*x married couples are automatically presumed parents when birth certificates are issued. Only the biological parent may be listed without further court orders on birth certificates of same-s*x married couples. The controlling opinion by Justice Jo Hart offered the laughable justification that the decision was rooted in biology, despite the fact that many opposite s*x couples have children who are not the biological offspring of both parents.
We must have an independent judiciary to preserve the checks and balances our Founding Fathers created.
hosted2.ap.org (AP) — Late Friday night, some of President Donald Trump's top advisers huddled on the phone to craft a response to a court ruling that blocked the White House's refugee and immigration ban.
Happy Law Day from My Cousin Vinny.
[04/22/16] "A majority of Supreme Court justices cast doubt Wednesday on drunken-driving laws in 13 states that make it a crime for drivers to refuse breath or blood tests sought by police without a warrant. While many justices acknowledged the laws' good intentions — to crack down on drunken driving, particularly in rural states such as Minnesota and North Dakota that are plagued with the problem — they wondered why police can't get warrants first."
Riley v. California, 573 U.S. ___ (2014), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court unanimously held that the warrantless search and seizure of digital contents of a cell phone during an arrest is unconstitutional.
This case, which was a unanimous decision, is a groundbreaking case with far reaching implications going forward.
shar.es Going through a divorce with a narcissist will differ from other divorces. Here are 5 pieces of advice.
[12/11/15] Thanks for the many birthday wishes today from my former and present clients. The many friendships formed through my representing you are treasured.
I have been in my new location in Fort Smith for over a year-
9 Court Street, Fort Smith, AR 72901
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I have defended over a thousand criminal cases and am licensed in both Arkansas state and federal courts. Employed at King Law Group, PLLC
Are you going through a divorce, custody, or child support matter? Are you ready to adopt the child that you love as your own? Have you or a loved one been arrested? I help fight for YOUR FUTURE & FREEDOM! Practicing since 2007.
Aggressive personal representation of YOUR legal needs by YOURLawyer, Aundrea Stone Hanna in the areas of Divorce, Child Custody, Felony Criminal Matters, DWI, Misdemeanors, Child Support, Guardianship, Adoption, and Civil Litigation.
Practicing at The Law Offices of David L Powell, PLLC. Focusing on criminal, DWI, felony and misdemeanor cases. Located in Fort Smith. Also taking clients in Jonesboro & Little Rock.
Hablamos español! Auto Accidents,Social Security Disability,Divorce, Adoption, Custody and Criminal Defense.
Criminal defense, bankruptcy (Chapter 7, Arkansas only), divorce and family law, business matters, personal injury claims, and other civil matters
Immigration and General Criminal Law Practice Main Office: 300 North 6th Street Fort Smith, AR 72901 Phone: 1 (479) 782-1125 Fax: 1 (479) 785-1567
*Over 60 years of Legal Experience*No Charge for Initial Accident or Social Security Consultation *Social Security Disability*Criminal Law*Family Law
Gean, Gean & Gean is a family owned law firm. There are currently four attorneys practicing. Roy Gean III, David Gean, Michael Pierce, and Elizabeth Roberts are all experienced lawyers who will aggressively pursue a beneficial solution for you.
Brent Hall is an aggressive, experienced attorney practicing in areas of criminal, family and probate law. He is an attorney that will work for you.
Law firm providing legal services to businesses and real estate professionals focused on commercial real estate transactions and secured transactions.
The Bugeja Law Firm is owned and operated by Joshua W. Bugeja, esquire. The firm is general practice, meaning that many areas of Arkansas law are handled, and all initial consultations are free. Very competitive pricing!