Bennett & Williams is different from other law firms you may have encountered in your search for the best lawyer or attorney to represent you in your Arkansas Criminal or DWI / DUI case. The vast majority of the cases handled by our firm, in general, are in the area of criminal and drunk driving law. As for the partners, Mr. Bennett and Mr. Williams, they handle criminal defense cases, including felonies and misdemeanors, almost exclusively. Our firm is only one of a handful of firms in the
The attorneys of Rice, Adams & Woodruff, Attorneys at Law, founded in 1964, bring decades of combined legal experience in a wide variety of practice areas to the aid of every client. Our experience allows us to see the issues that lie at the heart of our clients' legal disputes. Quickly and accurately identifying the key issues of your dispute allows us to begin building strategies to achieve your goals.
When you have been accused of a crime, an attorney is your last line of defense. David R. Cannon is a criminal law attorney in Arkansas who understands the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. He has real-world insight into how police and prosecutors build their case and the experience needed to successfully negotiate with opposing counsel for a reduction or dismissal of the charges. He delivers the smart and insightful legal representation you need to defend yourself against criminal
At Tellez Law Firm PLLC, we have years of helping immigrants, Spanish speakers and those at the bottom. This perspective or "bias from the bottom" guides everything we do. We use our years of experience to protect the rights of native Arkansans, immigrants, Spanish-speaking people, and all suffering people after criminal, DWI/DUI and traffic arrests. We also help others with serious injuries sustained in accidents caused by the negligence of someone else and injuries that occur on the job also
John Collins started his career as a police officer where he served as a field training officer, patrolman, investigator, and instructor of an alcohol education program. John went on to become a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Garland County. Mr. Collins has conducted several courses dealing with Arkansas DWI DUI offenses and has been a guest speaker for Arkansas law enforcement training sessions on topics related to DWI DUI.
At Epperson Panasiuk Law, clients receive personalized attention and service from an experienced attorney who will always put their needs first. Pamela Epperson Panasiuk started her law firm because she loves to help people find a resolution to their legal problems while protecting and defending their rights.
Dale E. Adams was born and reared in rural Kansas with a strong work ethic instilled early in life. He worked his way through college and law school, graduating with honors, receiving a B.A. in Political Science from the Kansas State College of Pittsburg, in Pittsburg, Kansas. He completed the 4-year curriculum in 3 years. Upon graduation, he enrolled in the graduate program at Kansas State College in Pittsburg and received an M.S. in Political Science in 1970. Following graduation, he continue
Jim has argued before the Arkansas Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit. He has served as special judge in Pulaski County District Courts and Pulaski County Circuit Court, and has been a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) speaker at criminal law seminars. Jim serves as lead counsel in capital murder death penalty cases, as well as in all other felony cases across the State of Arkansas. In addition to his state court practice, Jim also practices in federal court. He has
There's no substitute for experience, and our firm has it in droves. Mr. Hall has worked on a multitude of cases in his career, defending clients in municipal courts in Arkansas all the way up to federal circuit courts and state supreme courts — as well twice arguing cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
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