At Natural State Law, PLLC, we understand how overwhelming it can be to face criminal charges of any kind. We’re committed to providing each of our clients with personalized attention and customized legal strategies aimed at securing them the best possible outcome given the specifics of the situation. We are here to answer your questions, address your concerns, and defend your future at every step of the legal process.
We represent clients facing any number of criminal charges, including DUI/DWI, drug crimes, violent crimes, white collar crimes, homicide, robbery, sexual assault, and weapons charges. We also offer juvenile criminal defense and guide clients through the appeals process. We’re ready to help you protect your freedom and keep your future bright.
Once the court issues a ruling, you have the right to appeal your case to ensure the trial was fair and followed the rules of criminal procedure. We’ll assess the technical aspects of your case and represent you in the appellate court to fight for your constitutional rights.
DUI and DWI convictions carry serious penalties, especially for repeat offenders. Depending on the specifics of your case, you may face jail time, costly fines, and the suspension of your driver’s license. Whether you’re facing a first or subsequent DUI or DWI charge, we’re ready to protect your rights and defend your freedom in court.
Federal laws and Arkansas state laws continue to enforce serious penalties for drug offenses. Penalties vary according to the classification of the drug, the amount involved, and your criminal history. From drug possession to drug trafficking, we represent clients facing all types of drug crime charges, working hard to secure the best possible outcome.
Like most states, Arkansas imposes harsh penalties for those convicted of violent crimes. We believe in starting our defensive strategy as soon as possible, ensuring that your rights remain upheld at every phase of the legal process. Whether you’re facing murder, manslaughter, or negligent homicide charges, you can trust that we’ll do everything we can to defend your freedom.
The term “white collar crime” refers to nonviolent, financially motivated criminal offenses. Common examples of white collar crime include money laundering, bribery, insurance fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion, and cybercrime. Many of these offenses are considered federal crimes, which may carry lengthy prison sentences, costly fines, and other forms of restitution. Our attorneys are prepared to defend your reputation and secure you a favorable outcome.
Homicide carries the highest criminal penalties, as these crimes involve the loss of life. Whether you’ve been charged with capital murder, first-degree murder, second-degree murder, manslaughter, or negligent homicide, we will fight hard to defend your freedom and your future. We’ll look for violations of your constitutional rights to push back against these charges and protect your freedom.
The use of force during a theft or other felony activity can result in a simple robbery charge, punishable by up to 20 years in prison. If the defendant possesses a deadly weapon at the time, the charges elevate to aggravated robbery. Whatever the specifics of your situation may be, we’re here to represent you at every stage of the legal process.
Criminal offenses like rape and sexual assault carry serious consequences in Arkansas. Not only will those convicted of sexual assault face jail time and fines, but they’ll also suffer irreparable damage to their reputation. So don’t let these accusations destroy your life—contact our attorneys right away to start developing a successful defensive strategy.
Weapons charges can enhance penalties for felony offenses, such as drug trafficking, robbery, or sexual assault. Convicted felons in possession of a firearm, those who provide a deadly weapon to a minor, or those who deface a firearm can also face weapons charges. Our skilled criminal defense attorneys are ready to fight for your future and your freedom.
Learning that your child has been arrested for criminal activity can be shocking and devastating. Our juvenile criminal defense attorneys will answer your questions and guide you through the steps of the juvenile justice system. We believe in helping youth and their families secure the best possible outcome.