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Criminal Defense

Things to Know About DUI and DWI Laws in Arkansas

In the state of Arkansas, driving while intoxicated can come with hefty penalties and fines. A qualified attorney can help you contest your case or reduce your sentence.

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Key Differences Between Assault and Battery in Arkansas

Assault and battery may seem like very similar ideas, but there are key differences in how they are treated in an Arkansas court.

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What is Considered a Drug Offense in Arkansas?

This post explains the basics of drug offenses in Arkansas. It’s important to understand the various schedules and which drugs come with stiffer penalties in prosecution.

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Complications in Filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in Arkansas

There are several downsides to think about when considering Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Business owners across Arkansas should review the factors listed in the post when making their own decisions about moving forward with the Chapter 11 process.

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Bankruptcy

Things to Know About Social Security and Bankruptcy in Arkansas

Social Security and bankruptcy have a straightforward relationship, but there are essential things to know about how income affects the process in Arkansas. You should get to keep your benefits, but filers should undoubtedly understand at least the basics before moving forward with their potential case.

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When Should You File a Business Bankruptcy in Arkansas?

There is plenty to think about for Arkansas business owners considering Chapter 7, 11, or 13 Bankruptcy. This post outlines three initial things to think about, along with broader considerations about the state of the business in question. In any case, Natural State Law is here to help.

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