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Arkansas Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys

  1. Ashdown
    1. Thompson Law Firm: General Family Law Divorce Domestic Violence Adoption Child Custody and Support Contempt Issues Criminal Defense Felonies and Misdemeanors DUI/DWI Traffic Violations Personal Injury Car Accidents Wrongful Death Wills and Estate Planning Will Probate and Administration Real Estate General Property Disputes Landlord/Tenant Issues Mortgages and Notes Environmental Law General Civil Litigation Business Law Contracts Construction Law Labor & Employment Debt Collection and Defense FDCPA Violations Garnishments Other
  2. Atkins
    1. John Burnett: Whether you are fighting a speeding ticket, reckless driving charge, or are facing suspension of your drivers license after you have been stopped for driving while intoxicated (DWI), you deserve legal representation that is effective and efficient.
  3. Benton
    1. Robertson Law Firm: Drunk driving (DUI/DWI): Arkansas takes drunk driving seriously, so when you are arrested for driving under the influence, it is important to hire a serious lawyer as soon as possible. Speaking with a lawyer early in your case can help you enforce your rights and prepare a strong criminal defense.
    2. Standridge, Brent: *DWI *Underage DUI *CDL DWI (DWI law applying to motor carriers) *Aircraft DWI *Boating DWI (BWI)
  4. Bentonville
  5. Cabot
    1. Tim Blair: Most DUI cases have a criminal side and a civil side. The DUI arrest results in criminal charges, which have mandatory jail time in Arkansas. What most drivers do not realize is that a DUI arrest also initiates a civil proceeding against your driving privileges called an administrative license revocation (ALR). If you are charged with DUI in Arkansas, you have 15 days to request an administrative license revocation hearing (ALR) to challenge the suspension of your license. If you do not request the hearing within 15 days of your arrest, your license will automatically be suspended. If you have a commercial driver license (CDL) you need to be aware that a DUI conviction will mean the loss not only of your license but also your livelihood. Even if you are able to get your CDL back, you will not be able to purchase affordable insurance.
  6. Centerton
    1. Van Es & Stinnett: Being charged with any criminal offense is overwhelming and daunting.
  7. Cherokee Village
    1. Lambert, Stewart: criminal defense
  8. Clinton
    1. Blagg Law Firm: Arkansas DWI / DUI
    2. Tester, Kent: Have you been arrested for a DWI in Arkansas? You need an accomplished attorney to protect your rights.
    3. Morgan & Tester: ...wise counseling before a decision is the best antidote to costly legal action.
    4. Ralph J. Blagg: The hardest cases to win are DWI/DUI and winning requires not only a special interest but also specialized training.
  9. Conway
  10. Corning
    1. Whiffen Law Firm: Criminal Law Personal Injury Estates WorkersÕ Compensation Medical Malpractice Auto Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Traffic Violations Social Security Trusts Corporations DWI Lottery Winnings Probate Adoptions Guardianships Mechanics Liens Insurance Matters Real Estate Uncontested Divorces
  11. Crossett
    1. Switzer Law Office: ¥ Personal Injury-Auto Accidents ¥ Divorce/Child Custody ¥ Criminal Law-DWI ¥ Social Security DSI/SSI ¥ Wills and Estates ¥ Corporations ¥ Chapter 7 Bankruptcy ¥ Adoptions
  12. El Dorado
    1. Hanna, Albert: criminal defense
    2. McDonald, Gary: Felonies Misdemeanors Traffic Charges: >>Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) >>Driving On Suspended Driver's License >>Driving Without Liability Insurance >>Refusal to Take Alcohol Test
    3. Burbank Dodson & Barker: General Civil and Trial Practice. Personal Injury, Commercial, Real Estate, Banking, Probate, Divorce/Custody, Criminal Law, Oil and Gas and Corporate Law, Litigation and Appeals
    4. Compton Prewett Thomas & Hickey: business litigation attorneys, insurance defense in Arkansas, estate planning, business litigation, business formation, counseling, insurance defense, banking law, oil & gas, general litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, family law, criminal defense, workers' compensation
    5. Vickery & Carroll: Legislatures across the country, including the Arkansas General Assembly have responded to the problem in various ways. The most popular responses have been to enact stiffer sentences for offenders and to lower the objective standard for determining when a person is legally intoxicated. Today's article will discuss DWI law in Arkansas-your responsibilities as a motorist and the legal consequences of driving while under the influence of alcohol.
  13. Fayetteville
  14. Ft. Smith
    1. Rush, Rush & DeLay: Personal Injury Cases, including: Car accidents, including accidents caused by defective seatbelts and SUV rollovers Motorcycle accidents Semi-truck crashes On-the-job injuries, including injuries with oil and gas fields, construction sites, cranes, heavy equipment and drilling rigs Workers Compensation Defective consumer products or equipment Alcohol-related auto accidents Nursing home abuse and neglect Medical malpractice Wrongful death Pedestrian accidents Premises liability, including dog bites and slip-and-fall accidents Swimming and drowning accidents Boating accidents All insurance claims DonÕt let the Insurance Company run over you! Personal injury and Social Security disability cases are accepted on a contingency basis: If there is no recovery, there is no fee for our services. Criminal Law Cases, including: Felonies Drug offenses DWI/Traffic violations Misdemeanors Fraud, embezzlement and other white-collar crimes Social Security Disability Bankruptcy We are a debt relief agency helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Oil and Gas Litigation General Legal Practice
    2. Milligan Law Office: Family Law Domestic Relations Divorce Electrical/Burn Injuries Business/Corporate Law Criminal Defense Plaintiff Representation Pharmaceutical Negligence Nursing Home Negligence Medical Device Injuries Medical Malpractice Toxic Tort and Premise Liability Insurance Litigation Auto Accidents Aviation Injuries/Death Railroad Injuries WorkerÕs Compensation Social Security Disability Traumatic Brain Injuries Breach of Contract /Incorporation Personal Injury Paralysis/Spinal Cord Injuries Head, Neck and Back Injuries Slip and Fall Injuries Product Liability Wrongful Death Animal Attacks Machinery and Construction Injuries Tractor Trailer Accidents Drunk Driver/Hit and Run Bus, Motorcycle and Boating Accidents Real Estate
    3. Khoury, Naif: Defending Hispanics and Non-Citizens in state and federal criminal courts in Arkansas as a result to being arrested for criminal in defense of serious charges involving drugs, sex or violence that could cause removal or deportation, or denial naturalization. Defending non-citizens against removal or deportation or denial of naturalization in courts of Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Tennessee. As well as requesting removal of immigration holds or being released on immigration bonds.
    4. Cox, Amanda: FAMILY LAW PERSONAL INJURY CRIMINAL * Adoption * Auto & Truck Accidents * Assault * Child Custody * Motorcycle Accidents * Battery * Child Support * On the Job Injury * Domestic Charges * Divorce * Personal Injury * Drugs * Guardianship * Workers' Compensation * DUI * Juvenile Law * Wrongful Death * DWI * Orders of Protection * Theft/Burglary * Paternity * Felonies and Misdemeanors * Visitation Issues PROBATE CIVIL GENERAL PRACTICE * Wills * Litigation * Contracts * Trusts * Real Estate * Business Law * Estates * Land Disputes * Corporations * Social Security
    5. Price, Joel: Criminal Law: Felony & Misdemeanor Homicide Charges Battery & Assault Charges Drug Charges DWI Charges White Collar Crimes ALL Other Criminal Matters Domestic Relations: Divorce Paternity Custody/Change of Custody Support/Modification of Support Restraining Order Violations Parental Rights * Grandparental Rights ** Business Matters: Incorporations LLCs & LLPs Partnerships Contracts (of all kinds) Personal Injury: Automobile Accidents and Injuries Insurance Claims Hit and Run 18 Wheeler Accidents Products Liability Probate: Wills Trusts Advance Directive (Death with Dignity) Durable Power of Attorney Health Care Power of Attorney Other Legal Matters Expungements Internet Crimes Extradition
    6. Walker, Shock & Harp: tort litigation; corporate small business; domestic relations; probate; criminal defense and medical malpractice
    7. Honeycutt Law Office: DUI & DWI
    8. David Dunagin: Have you been arrested? Pulled over on I-40 and arrested for DUI or drug trafficking? What happens next? Your immediate future may hang in the balance, and you need to decide on a lawyer who is able to best represent your interests.
    9. Hal Davis: You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
    10. Jo Carson: You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
    11. Joseph Self: When you are charged with a crime, whether it's a felony or a misdemeanor, you face a process with the potential for serious, long-term consequences. Representation by an experienced criminal defense lawyer is critical in the initial stages of a criminal prosecution.
    12. John Settle: DUI / DWI- Arkansas law makes it illegal to drive when your blood alcohol level or breath alcohol level is above the legal limit. The punishment for drunk driving is severe, and is not to be taken lightly. My goal is to skillfully evaluate each case for police error, breath testing, and other types of evidence that weakens the strength of the Prosecutors case against you. Whether this is your first DWI offense, or if you have had a previous conviction, securing my services assures you have protected your rights and that everything possible will be done to win your case.
    13. Sexton & Sanders: Even though it is one of the most commonly charged criminal offenses, DWI cases can be extremely complex, especially when dealing with issues such as breathalyzer accuracy and measurement of blood alcohol content (BAC), probable cause to stop and miranda rights. Even though these cases are generally charged as only misdemeanors, they can have a serious effect ones driver's license, driving record and insurance rates. It is important to have an attorney well versed in the area of licensure suspension so that the client may obtain the best possible arrangement for driving on a work permit. It is important to act quickly in regard to the suspension, because a defendant only has seven days in which to file an intent to contest the suspension. Hire an attorney who is familiar with DWI defense and knows how to protect your rights.
  15. Harrison
    1. Robb, Jason: Probate and estate planning Personal injury and medical malpractice Wrongful death cases Criminal defense Family law Civil litigation
    2. Campbell, Gail: DUI & DWI
    3. Malm Law Firm: In addition to your right to drive, moving violations can affect your insurance rates and coverage. It is important that you preserve your rights while protecting your reputation, regardless of the seriousness of the offense.
  16. Heber Springs
    1. Robertson Law Firm: Drunk driving (DUI/DWI): Arkansas takes drunk driving seriously, so when you are arrested for driving under the influence, it is important to hire a serious lawyer as soon as possible. Speaking with a lawyer early in your case can help you enforce your rights and prepare a strong criminal defense.
    2. Mays & White: General Litigation Domestic Relations Oil and Gas Law Environmental Business Transactions Personal Injury Cases Criminal Defense Real Estate Transactions Estate Planning - Wills Employment/ADA/Civil Rights Social Security Disability Corps of Engineers Matters
  17. Hot Springs
    1. Ethridge Law Firm: CRIMINAL DEFENSE- If you have been arrested or contacted by the police because they suspect you were involved in a crime it is very important that you contact a lawyer immediately. Do not fall for the police lie that anyone who lawyers up looks guilty. Your rights need to be protected from the beginning...
    2. Crawford, Brandon: Offenses Against the Person Murder or Homicide Kidnapping Robbery Assault and Battery Sexual Offenses Offenses Against Property Burglary Theft Forgery and Fraud Arson Criminal Mischief Offenses Against Public Welfare Drug Offenses Prostitution Weapons Offenses Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Traffic Offenses
    3. Miller, Jones and Churchwell: 1. - Criminal Defense - Felony, Misdemeanor 2. - Personal Injury / Car Accidents 3. - DWI and Traffic Violations 4. - Divorce / Custody / Adoption / Family Law 5. - Wills / Probate 6. - Contracts and Disputes 7. - Property and Real Estate Law 8. - Corporate Law 9. - Environmental Law 10. - Appeals
    4. Crawford Law Firm: Criminal Law Once a person is charged with or even suspected of committing a crime, that person needs adequate legal assistance as soon as possible. The Crawford Law Firm is prepared to represent you if you have been charged with theft, battery, arson, sexual offenses, drug crimes, DWI, juvenile crimes, traffic violations, and other violent and nonviolent crimes. Criminal procedure and the judicial process are complicated and sometimes frightening areas.
    5. Hurst, Morrissey, Hurst: There are few, if any, legal matters that are more serious than criminal charges, accusations, or investigations. Even if you are not the target of an investigation or accusation, you have rights that should be trusted to an experienced and skilled trial attorney as soon as you become involved in criminal matters.  Those rights are meant to protect the innocent as well as the guilty and will have an important impact on protecting yourself from aggressive investigations and false accusations. Criminal law is the body of statutory and common law that deals with the identification and prosecution of people being charged by the state or federal government for an act that has been classified as a crime. A criminal charge is the formal written document filed with a court that accuses a person of a crime: when announced in court these are referred to an indictments. Indictments are the specific statutory violations alleged to have been committed. An indictment can be for a misdemeanor or a felony. A felony is a more serious violation, usually penalized with prison time. Either way, a criminal charge is clearly a serious matter. We handle these criminal cases, among others: * Assault * Battery * Burglary * Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) * Parole and probation violations * Felonies * Misdemeanors * Habeas corpus * Expunctions * Juvenile crimes * White-collar crime * Sex crimes * Murder/man-slaughter * Grand theft * Traffic offenses * Violent crimes * Domestic abuse * Child abuse * Weapons charges * Trespassing * Appeals
  18. Jacksonville
    1. Ogles Law Firm: The Ogles Law Firm represents people in a variety of areas; I handle Insurance Claims and can advise clients on all aspects of Personal Injury cases. family law matters such as adoption, divorce, child and spousal support, custody and visitation, and division of marital property. I also defend clients on Criminal and False Arrest charges.
    2. Rice & Adams: Being arrested for DUI is probably the most severe brush with the police that many people will ever have. It is very easy to underestimate the amount of alcohol you have consumed. While you may believe that you are under the legal limit, police officers are trained to spot signs of inebriation in the way you drive and while talking to you during a stop. If you have been arrested for DWI/DUI, you are likely confused about what you need to be doing to protect yourself. A good first step is to secure the representation of a skilled DWI/DUI lawyer. What Can I Expect After a DWI/DUI Arrest? The first issue that most people are concerned with following a DWI/DUI arrest is that of a driver's license suspension. We understand that maintaining your driving privileges can be critical to keeping your job, getting groceries and taking your kids to school or the doctor. We can help you secure a work permit that will allow you to drive to and from work. You may also be able to have an ignition interlock device installed that would allow you to drive during a suspension. Administrative Driver's License Suspension During your arrest, your license will be taken, and you will be given an Official Driver's License Receipt and Notice of Suspension/Revocation of Driving Privilege that will provide you with driving privileges for the next 30 days. Following your arrest, you will need to request a driver control hearing within seven days. At that hearing, you will be able to argue against receiving an administrative driver's license suspension that would be in addition to a suspension through the court. We can represent you at your driver control hearing.
  19. Jonesboro
    1. Rees Law Firm: CRIMINAL State or Federal Driving while Intoxicated (DWI) Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Minor in Possession (MIP) Domestic Violence Drug Charges Murder Theft Traffic Tickets
    2. Lilly, Michael: Drug offenses DWI/DUI Expungement Federal and state court cases Probation revocation Sex offenses Other felony and misdemeanor cases
    3. Ford & Cook: Potential Penalties for DWI Convictions Under state law in Arkansas, drivers can be charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) if they choose to operate a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for individuals over the age of 21 is 0.08%, 0.02% for those under the age of 21, and 0.04% for drivers of commercial vehicles. If you are arrested and your BAC is found to be over these legal limits, you may face charges which carry the potential for serious consequences.
    4. Brimhall Law Firm: Are you facing misdemeanor or felony charges? You need an aggressive criminal defense attorney to help you fight your charges.
    5. Wilcox Parker Hurst Lancaster & Lacy: Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Tractor Trailer Accidents Drunk Driver Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Railroad Injuries and Accidents Slip & Fall Injuries Dog Bite Injuries Products Liability Electrical Injuries and Electrocution Defective Airbags and Seatbelts Automobile Rollovers Defective Products Commercial Litigation Franchise Litigation Breaches of Contract Antitrust Claims Insurance Claims Fire Damage Life Insurance Uninsurance Underinsurance Disability Insurance Criminal Defense Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
    6. Rees, Mark: Auto/Trucking Accidents Brain Injury Nursing Home Negligence Personal Injury Wrongful Death Negligence Criminal: State or Federal Driving while Intoxicated (DWI) Domestic Violence Drug Charges Murder Theft Traffic Tickets Child Custody Child Support Divorce Family Law Guardianship Order of Protection Paternity
    7. Mooney Law Firm: Civil and Criminal Trials Entertainment Law Medical Malpractice Personal Injury and Death Probate, Wills, and Estates Real Estate and Development Family Law
    8. Scholtens & Averitt: Car Wrecks Personal Injury Corporate Law Business Law Criminal Law Wrongful Death Divorce/Custody General Litigation Tort Litigation
    9. Stanley Law Firm: Homicide, manslaughter, and murder Assault Kidnapping Trespassing Arson Burglary and possession of burglary tools Theft Robbery Forgery Fraud Weapons Traffic violations White-collar crime
  20. Little Rock
  21. Marion
    1. Hair, Shaun: DWI Clients accused of driving while intoxicated (ÒDWIÓ) face unique challenges in court. Often a clientÕs job depends on the outcome of their case.
    2. West Law Firm: Auto Accidents ¥ Wrongful Death Claims ¥ Drug Charges ¥ DWIs ¥ Misdemeanors ¥ Homicides
  22. Marrianna
    1. Daggett, Donovan, Perry & Flowers: You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
  23. Mount Ida
    1. Yeargan, John: Adoption ADR - Alternative Dispute Resolution Banking & Finance Bankruptcy Law Business Organizations Child Support Consumer Protection Contracts Criminal Law Custody & Visitation Debtor/Creditor Defamation (Libel, Slander) Divorce DUI/DWI Elder Law Eminent Domain Estate Planning Family Law Gambling General Practice Government Agencies Health & Healthcare Law Land Use Landlord/Tenant Litigation & Appeals Personal Injury Probate Property Damage Real Estate Law Social Security Disability State, Local & Municipal Law Traffic Violations Trusts Veteran Matters Wills Worker's Compensation
  24. North Little Rock
    1. Fowler, Lea: Capitol Crimes - Death Penalty & Non-Death Penalty cases All other Homicide Offenses Drug Cases - Federal and State RICO Rape & other Sex Crimes Aggravated Robbery & other Violent Felonies Property Crimes White Collar Crimes Misdemeanor Offenses DWI & other Traffic Offenses Appeals & Post-Conviction Motions
    2. Hankins Law Firm: criminal defense
    3. Green, Chad
    4. : DWI, Drug Charges, All Violent Offenses, Sex Offenses, or any other criminal charge. You have an absolute right to remain silent and not give any statements without an attorney.You should never give a statement to the police without an attorney present. The police are trained in special techniques to try to trick you in to talking, and they are even allowed to lie to you during questioning. Often the police will act like they are trying to help you--they are not. They are trying to build a solid case for the prosecutor. Even if you are completely innocent, the police will sometimes try to trick you into confessing. You should invoke your right to remain silent and have an attorney present anytime you are read your rights or questioned by a police officer. Simply tell the officer: "I am invoking my right to remain silent and to have an attorney present." The officer should stop questioning you if you properly invoke your rights. Also, ask if you are free to leave, and, if the officer says yes, then get up and leave. Do not stay around to help them build their case. You should never consent to a search of your home, car, or person. Even if threatened, tell the officer you will not give consent. Don't help them convict you.
    5. Davis, Steven: * Debt Collection * Bankruptcy * Criminal Defense - Federal and State * Social Security Disability * Wills, Trusts, and Guardianships
    6. Robertson Law Firm: Drunk driving (DUI/DWI): Arkansas takes drunk driving seriously, so when you are arrested for driving under the influence, it is important to hire a serious lawyer as soon as possible. Speaking with a lawyer early in your case can help you enforce your rights and prepare a strong criminal defense.
  25. Paragould
    1. Whitby Law Firm: DWI's/DUI's/Traffic Violations/Violent Crimes/Murder
    2. Hitt Law Firm: Criminal Defense, DWI
  26. Paris
    1. Rush, Rush & DeLay: Personal Injury Cases, including: Car accidents, including accidents caused by defective seatbelts and SUV rollovers Motorcycle accidents Semi-truck crashes On-the-job injuries, including injuries with oil and gas fields, construction sites, cranes, heavy equipment and drilling rigs Workers Compensation Defective consumer products or equipment Alcohol-related auto accidents Nursing home abuse and neglect Medical malpractice Wrongful death Pedestrian accidents Premises liability, including dog bites and slip-and-fall accidents Swimming and drowning accidents Boating accidents All insurance claims DonÕt let the Insurance Company run over you! Personal injury and Social Security disability cases are accepted on a contingency basis: If there is no recovery, there is no fee for our services. Criminal Law Cases, including: Felonies Drug offenses DWI/Traffic violations Misdemeanors Fraud, embezzlement and other white-collar crimes Social Security Disability Bankruptcy We are a debt relief agency helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Oil and Gas Litigation General Legal Practice
  27. Pine Bluff
    1. Robinson & Zakrzewski: When you have been accused of a crime, it can feel like there is no one on your side. The police have a crime to investigate, and they may believe you are responsible. One of the basic tenets of the criminal justice system is that an individual is innocent until proven guilty. Because of this, everyone is entitled to put forth a powerful defense that challenges their charges.
    2. The Madden Firm: Reckless driving Speeding Drunk driving Driving on a suspended license Driving on a revoked license
    3. Neely & Guynn: ¥ Criminal Defense ¥ DUI Defense ¥ Drug Offenses ¥ Weapons Charges ¥ White Collar Crimes ¥ Internet Crimes ¥ Sex Offenses ¥ Felony Theft ¥ Robbery ¥ Burglary ¥ Aggravated Battery ¥ Reckless Homicide ¥ Murder ¥ Juvenile Offenses ¥ Felony Cases
  28. Pocahontas
    1. Riffel & Bowlin: COMMON MISTAKES  *Talking too much. Don't volunteer information or answer questions unless your lawyer is present. For instance, the police certainly will ask you if you have been drinking and how much. Do not lie to them, do not tell them the truth. Simply say that you do not wish to answer and wish to remain silent until you can seek legal advise. They will argue with you and you will have to stick to your polite request. You must do what you are told, but you do not have to talk. This is very hard to do, the police are very good at making you nervous. * Not contacting a lawyer promptly. *Not sending in your request for an administrative hearing within seven days. The officer gave you two pink or yellow sheets of paper. The second one is a request for a hearing on your driver's license. You driver's license is not controlled by the court and you have to make a request for a hearing on that aspect of the case. Do so. Do not let the seven days pass even though the hearing may not be fair or adequate. *Do not give permission to search and ask to allow you to put in writing that you do not consent. Write your refusal to consent on any form you are given or repeat it on any videotape if they search anyway. *Do not plead guilty until and unless you have talked with an attorney who has had training and experience trying these cases. Many of these cases can be won. *Do not hire an attorney who does not have the experience and training necessary to evaluate and if necessary try these cases. These cases are unique and must be handled by people who practice regularly in this field  *Do not sign or do anything until you understand what you are asked to do. This, again, is not easy as the police will insist that you must understand. After you have been graded poorly on the field sobriety tests for something you did not know about, it is too late to say you did not understand. Ask them what they will be looking for and how the tests will be graded. *Do not tell them about your medication. They will use this against you. If they ask if you are sick or hurt or taking medication, tell them you will be glad to answer as soon as you have talked with an attorney. They will insist that you are not entitled to talk with your attorney until after their test, so do not give them information until after you are allowed to talk with your attorney.  *Do not lie to anybody, including your lawyer. The best way not to lie is to simply say nothing. *Do not admit anything. Simply do not discuss the matter.
    2. Kirby Riffel: I have an extensive successful practice representing people accused of DWI.
  29. Rogers
  30. Russellville
    1. Reece Law: IT IS IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND YOUR RIGHTS! After all, the police certainly know what they can and cannot do; and you must remember that the police are allowed to lie to you to get what they want. One of the most important things you can do for yourself is to KNOW your rights and INVOKE them. Miranda rights: You have the right to remain silent. DO IT! No one is sitting in prison right now because they remained silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in court. AND BELIEVE US, THEY WILL USE IT. You have the right to have an attorney present before questioning. GET ONE! If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. NEVER, repeat NEVER talk to police without an attorney. If you have begun answering questions, you have the right to stop the interrogation at any time. TELL THEM TO STOP QUESTIONING UNTIL YOUR LAWYER IS PRESENT.
    2. Street Law Frim: Wrongful Death Personal Injury Wills/ Probate Family Law/Divorce Custody Social Security/Disability Property Disputes Criminal Defense
    3. Wood Law Firm: Personal Injury Criminal Law Family Law Wrongful Death Social Security/Disability Class Actions
    4. Sanford Law Firm: If you are facing criminal charges, do not say anything until you speak to an attorney.
    5. Eastman Law Office: Wills, Trusts and Estates Business Organizations and Contracts Custody, Visitation, and Child Support Civil Disputes Family Law Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Non- Profit Organizations Criminal Law
    6. Mobley Law Firm: * Auto Accidents * Insurance Claims * Wrongful Death * Medical Negligence * Criminal Defense * DWI Defense * Real Estate * Personal Injuries * Wills & Estates * Products Liability * Divorce & Custody * Immigration You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
    7. Irwin, Burnett & Irwin: DWI / DUI Defense: The actions you take immediately following a traffic offense, such as drunk driving (DWI / DUI) or reckless driving, can have a long-term effect on your life impacting your finances, mobility, and your freedom. You need an Arkansas criminal defense lawyer who understands that.
  31. Searcy
    1. Biggs, Lee: Family Law ... (Divorce, Legal Separations, Spousal Support, Child Custody & Visitation, Child Support, Adoptions) Criminal Law Defense ... (Felonies & Misdemeanors - Drug Charges, DWI's, Public Intoxication, Minor in Possession, Traffic Offenses, Arson, Burglary, Breaking/Entering, Criminal Mischief, Trespass, Theft, Shoplifting, Sexual Offenses, Homicides, Assault/Battery, Domestic Battery, Stalking, Business Crimes, Hot Checks) Real Estate ... (Contracts, Leases, Deeds, Promissory Notes, Mortgages, Loan Closings, Foreclosures, Unlawful Detainer, Quiet Title Actions, Liens) Bankruptcy ... (Represent Creditors in Bankruptcy) Injuries ... (Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Cases ... Car Wrecks ... Motorcycle Wrecks ... Boat Wrecks ... Injured by 18 Wheeler .. Injured by Faulty Products ... Medical Malpractice) Wills, Probate, Power of Attorney, Guardianships, Landlord & Tenant Law Debt Collection & Debtor Defense Litigation, Research, Legal Opinions
    2. Sutterfield Law Office: personal injury, domestic relations (divorce, custody, child support, etc.), adoption and guardianship, criminal, civil, and property law
    3. Hughes & Hughes: Social Security Bankruptcy Personal Injury Divorce Adoption Guardianship Child Custody Criminal Wills & Probate Child Support
    4. Simpson & Simpson: Arson Assault Breaking and entering Business crimes Continuations Criminal investigation Criminal litigation Driver's license suspension Domestic violence Drug possession and sale Evidence challenges Expunging criminal records Felonies Firearm offenses Healthcare fraud Juvenile court charges Murder/homicide Misdemeanors Pleas bargaining Reduction in charges Restraining order violations Sexual offenses Shoplifting Theft Traffic violations Vandalism Vehicular homicide Witness interviews
  32. Springdale
    1. Norwood & Norwood: It is simply not true that a DWI is Òno big dealÓ Ð that you will Òjust have to pay a fine and do alcohol classesÓ. If you plead guilty to the judge, he can put you in jail for up to one year Ð even on a first offense! Every DWI conviction can expose you to real and hidden costs. Some of the potential costs include the following: you may do up to 1 year in jail and have a fine plus court costs equaling between $450.00 and $5,300.00 on a misdemeanor DWI, depending on the number of your prior DWI convictions, including convictions from other states; your driverÕs license will be suspended for at least 6 months unless you win the administrative hearing; you will have to do alcohol or substance abuse treatment at your expense unless you win your DWI; if there was someone under 16 years old in the car at the time of your arrest for your DWI, the penalties are much worse; you will have to do a Victim Impact Panel unless you win your DWI; you may have a harder time getting, and have to pay more for car, life and health insurance; your credit may be affected; you may be fired from your current job; you may have trouble getting many jobs in the future; and you may have trouble traveling into some foreign countries, including Canada. No lawyer can guarantee the results of a case; however, we do promise that if we cannot find a way to win your case, we will try to MINIMIZE THE DAMAGE TO YOU. For instance, some of the ways we may be able to MINIMIZE THE DAMAGE TO YOU are: (1) keeping you out of jail; (2) keeping your fines low; (3) getting additional charges dismissed; (4) keeping additional charges off of your record; (5) appearing for you at some court hearings so that you do not have to miss work; and (6) arranging for you to pay any fines out over a period of time rather than all on your court date.
    2. Morton & Jones: What You Need to Know About DUI/DWI There are a number of different things you should know about the traffic stop, the criminal charge and the civil component of your case, including: 1) You are not required to take the Breathalyzer. 2) You have the right to request a lawyer immediately. 3) You do not have to talk to the police. 4) Your lawyer can negotiate terms for license suspension, even if your license is already suspended. 5) Working with an experienced lawyer will often achieve the best results for your situation.
    3. McManus Law Firm: Criminal punishment can involve fines, community service, government supervision such as probation or parole, loss of liberty (jail time) or execution, depending on the type and severity of the offense committed. If you or a loved one are charged with a crime, understand that we know how stressful this time can be. Facing fines, loss of reputation or jail time can be frightening but competent representation by an experienced attorney can alleviate the stress and apprehension. You are innocent until proven guilty. If you are charged with a crime, exercise your constitutional rights. A few key points to remember: Do not talk to the police. The police will interview you to try to obtain incriminating information or a statement of guilt. Give the police your name and identification only. Be polite, cooperative and calm but request an attorney before making any statement. You have a constitutional right to remain silent. Do not plead guilty because it appears to be the easiest solution. An attorney can review the police report or complaint and discuss the facts and options with you.
    4. Watson, Dana: Family Law ¯ Adoptions ¯ Auto Accidents ¯ Wills ¯ Certified Attorney Ad Litem ¯ Criminal Law ¯ Traffic Tickets ¯ Personal Injury ¯ DWI
    5. Watson Law Firm: Criminal Law . Unlike personal injury cases, which are civil lawsuits brought by one individual against another to recover damages and compensation, criminal cases are brought by local authorities, the police, the state or federal government for activities in violation of criminal laws. Crimes vary from lesser charges such as misdemeanors to felonies which are more serious crimes. Both felonies and misdemeanors are prosecuted in state and federal courts, depending on which court has jurisdiction over the type of alleged offense. DUI/DWI Drug crimes Juvenile crimes Traffic violations Car wrecks Motor vehicle accidents Careless Driving Possession Speeding and other minor violations Reckless Driving Prohibited Driving License Suspension Failure to Appear Non-Payment of Fines or Court Costs . If you have been pulled over for a DUI (driving under the influence) or DWI (driving while intoxicated), it is vital to contact an experienced DUI/DWI lawyer as soon as possible. You may face jail, fines, license suspension and other penalties, and a fourth DWI offense in Arkansas increases from a misdemeanor to a felony, with a one to six-year sentence in the penitentiary. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in DUI laws and can make a considerable difference in the outcome of a case, in some cases achieving reduced sentencing or dismissal.
    6. Bryant, Brenton: You face fines, a driverÕs license suspension, and even jail after a DUI / DWI arrest, so itÕs critical to have an experienced Arkansas lawyer fighting for your rights.
  33. Stuttgart
    1. Nolan Law Group: Adoption Agricultural Law Asset Protection Civil Litigation Class Action Suits and Defense Consumer Advocacy and Protection Contracts Copyright Law Criminal Defense Divorce DUI/DWI Family Law Incorporation Intellectual Property Protection Personal Injury Probate Products Liability Wills and Trusts
  34. Texarkana
    1. Otra Law: Arkansas DWI Law In Arkansas, there are two ways to be guilty of Driving While Intoxicated: (1) By operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher; or (2) By operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The definition of intoxication can be either through alcohol or controlled substances, and is treated as a catch all definition. For individuals under 21 and CDL holders the BAC level is much lower. DonÕt plead guilty without knowing your options. 1st Offense = 24 hours up to 1 year in jail, a fine between $150 and $1,000, and 6 month DriverÕs License suspension. 2nd Offense within 5 years of the first = 7 days up to 1 year in jail, a fine between $400 and $3,000, and 24 month DriverÕs License suspension. 3rd Offense within 5 years of the second = 90 days up to 1 year in jail, a fine between $900 and $5,000, and 30 months Driver License suspension 4th Offense within 5 years of the previous = 1 to 6 years jail, a fine between $900 and $5,000, and a 4 year DriverÕs License Suspension
    2. Crockett Law Firm: Criminal Law DWI Assault Possession Charges Traffic Tickets Expungement
    3. Moore, Giles & Matteson: Adoptions Automobile Accidents Child Custody Child Support Criminal Law Divorce Domestic Violence Family Law Head and Spinal Injuries Personal Injury Probate and Estate Law Social Security Claims Visitation Rights Workers Compensation Wrongful Death
  35. Unknown
    1. Hudson, Kathryn: Criminal Matters Representation for a criminal matter is something most people never expect to need. But when you do, you need someone that can act quickly to protect your Constitutional rights and to protect your liberty. Whether you or a loved one has been arrested or suspected of a crime, failure to get immediate representation can have dire consequences. Regardless of whether the matter is big or small, you need the protection of a lawyer. A conviction will follow you for a lifetime with devastating consequences for you and your family. Having someone to protect you and get between you and the prosecutors is critical, never volunteer information without your attorney present. Facing prosecution can emotionally cripple a person with fear, don't allow that to happen. You need to put the fear aside and partner with a lawyer that will strategize with you, investigate for you, and mount the strongest possible defense.
  36. Van Buren
    1. Milligan Law Office: Family Law Domestic Relations Divorce Electrical/Burn Injuries Business/Corporate Law Criminal Defense Plaintiff Representation Pharmaceutical Negligence Nursing Home Negligence Medical Device Injuries Medical Malpractice Toxic Tort and Premise Liability Insurance Litigation Auto Accidents Aviation Injuries/Death Railroad Injuries WorkerÕs Compensation Social Security Disability Traumatic Brain Injuries Breach of Contract /Incorporation Personal Injury Paralysis/Spinal Cord Injuries Head, Neck and Back Injuries Slip and Fall Injuries Product Liability Wrongful Death Animal Attacks Machinery and Construction Injuries Tractor Trailer Accidents Drunk Driver/Hit and Run Bus, Motorcycle and Boating Accidents Real Estate
    2. Settle, Candace: Personal Injury: Auto & Truck Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Wrongful Death Slip & Fall Accidents Probate: Wills Estates Trusts Probate Proceedings State Proceedings Civil Law: Employment Discrimination Contract Disputes Land Disputes Business Law: Contracts Corporations Subchapter S Elections Sole Proprietorships Criminal Law: Drugs All Criminal Cases Driving While Intoxicated Domestic Disputes Theft / Burglary Felonies & All Misdemeanors Federal & State Murder Fraud / Identity Theft Family Law: Custody Divorce Adoptions Paternity Guardianships
  37. West Memphis
    1. Madden Law Firm: * Creditor Harassment * Family Law * Disability Law * Business Law * Personal Injury * Criminal Defense Law * Real Estate Law * Estate & Probate Law
  38. Wynne
    1. Glover, Roberts & Dooley: Wrongful Death Automobile Accidents Big Trucks Pedestrian Motorcycle Slip and Fall Felonies DUI Traffic Violations Drug Offenses Child Custody Child Support Guardianship Alimony Contested/Uncontested Divorces Social Security Law Bankruptcy Wills Probate Criminal
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