Arkansas First Offender Act – How to Plead Guilty but be Found Not Guilty

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THE FIRST OFFENDER ACT—Ark. Code Ann. §§16-93-301—16- 93-303 (Act 346 [...]

How to Interpret Gun Statutes in Arkansas

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There are some people that argue that the wording in [...]