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The Law Office of D.E. Davis, PLC

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Mccurdy Pope Law And Mediation

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Shemin Law Firm, PLLC

Class Action, Business, Medical Malpractice, Divorce, White Collar Crime

Cripps Law Firm

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Bickett & Trentham Law Partners, Llp

Criminal, Litigation, Personal Injury, Family Law, Juvenile Law

Rabal Law Firm, Pllc

Divorce, Criminal

Drewyor Law Firm, Pllc

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Dockery Legal Group

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Hill v. Norris

... Appellant subsequently filed in this court a petition to proceed pursuant to Criminal Procedure Rule 37.1 (2010) that was denied. ... Id. A court with personal and subject-matter jurisdiction over the defendant in a criminal proceeding has authority to render judgment. ...

Moore v. Hobbs

... On March 12, 2010, appellant Timothy Ramon Moore, who is incarcerated in the custody of the Arkansas Department of Correction by virtue of multiple criminal convictions, filed in the circuit court in the county where he was incarcerated a pro se petition for writ of habeas ...

State v. Rowe

... As a threshold issue, we must determine the propriety of this appeal under Rule 3 of the Arkansas Rules of Appellate Procedure—Criminal. A significant difference exists between appeals brought by criminal defendants and those brought on behalf of the State. ...