The Arkansas Supreme Court has agreed with the families of victims of the fatal floods which struck the Albert Pike campground in Montgomery County in June, 2010, concerning the definition of a key term in the Arkansas Recreational Use Statute upon which all of the 20 lawsuits against the U. S. Forest Service turn.
A Lincoln County man's capital murder conviction and life prison sentence was vacated Thursday by the Arkansas Supreme Court, which said the state didn't prove its case.
The federal child pornography trial of a Texarkana man who is serving life plus 15 years in prison for the murder of his step-father in Saratoga has been delayed a second time.
Like the Boll Weevil of the Brook Benton classic, there is $13,770 in cash that is just lookin' for a home.
Nearly 1,400 lifers in California's prisons have been released over the past three years in a sharp turnaround in a state where murderers and others sentenced to life with the possibility of parole almost never got out.
Nine Hope High School students went to court in Little Rock recently and came away with top 10 honors in the Arkansas Bar Association State High School Mock Trial Competition.
The new attorney for the appeal of a Texarkana man convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment, plus 15 years, in March, 2013, in the killing an elderly Saratoga resident has asked the Arkansas Supreme Court to compel the production of a video...
The Eighth Judicial District-North Prosecuting Attorney's Office got more expertise Wednesday with the addition of a deputy prosecutor, and Hempstead County's prosecutor officially joined the state commission dealing with domestic violence.
Aside from the 1997 capital murder conviction of Joe Louis Dansby, 61, of Redland in Nevada County, hundreds of other convictions nationwide have been called into question since the science behind what is known as “compositional bullet lead...
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