Category Archives: Criminal Defense

We help people who are charged with crimes.

Judge Grants Client’s Release from Prison

On Monday, August 25, 2014, Judge L.T. Simes of the First Judicial Circuit issued an Order which granted our client relief under Rule 37 of the Arkansas Rules of Criminal Procedure.  Our client had been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for violation … Continue reading

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We Defend People Charged with Sex Crimes

While many people charged with sex crimes are guilty, many other people are not.  In the past 30 years as an attorney, I have seen people’s lives nearly destroyed by false accusations of rape and child molestation.  We have been … Continue reading

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Why should I hire a lawyer for a misdemeanor or DWI?

You may wonder whether it is worth the cost of hiring a lawyer for a misedemeanor or DWI in district court.  Some of the reasons you should consider hiring a lawyer for a misdemeanor are: 1.  A lawyer may be … Continue reading

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BEWARE OF CHATTING WITH ANY ATTRACTIVE “FEMALE” YOU DON’T KNOW

Many of us have seen “To Catch a Predator” with Chris Hansen on NBC’s Dateline.  Before you decide to enter a chat room and communicate with someone who sounds interesting,  bear in mind that that 18 year old “girl” on … Continue reading

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WE DEFEND PEOPLE CHARGED WITH “WHITE COLLAR” CRIMES

We have defended numerous individuals who have been charged with “white collar” crimes, including Medicaid Fraud, Social Security Fraud, forgery, counterfeiting, and theft from banks.  If you are charged with any kind of embezzlement, mail fraud, or wire fraud, you … Continue reading

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Why do you represent criminals?

Sometimes my friends and family ask me how can you defend a person who is charged with a crime, particularly when you know your client is guilty.  Everyone who is charged with a crime is entitled to the best defense … Continue reading

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My Charges have been Filed Direct. What does that mean?

When a person is first arrested on criminal charges, his or her case is usually assigned to the District Court.  The District Courts have the authority (jurisdiction) to decide misdemeanor cases and to conduct preliminary hearings on felony cases. However, … Continue reading

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How can you represent a criminal defendant when you know he’s guilty?

Sometimes people ask me how can you defend someone when you know he’s guilty?  That’s cerrtainly a fair question.  Our Founding Fathers believed that everyone was entitled to an attorney to defend him or her against criminal charges.  They provided … Continue reading

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