Come Back With a Warrant!
Finally! A U.S. Supreme Court decision that doesn’t chip away at our Fourth Amendment rights. The Supreme Court voted 8-1 earlier this year to prevent law enforcement from searching motor vehicles parked close to a suspect’s home without a search warrant. The decision involved a case out of Virginia where a suspect had eluded officers
The Company You Keep: 4 Things to Remember about Constructive Possession in Arkansas
I’ve listened to numerous clients attempt to explain how the police can’t charge them with possession because they didn’t have anything illegal on them at the time of arrest. Maybe the person happened to be in a friend’s house when law enforcement showed up to conduct a parole search. Perhaps he was a passenger in
Texting and Driving in the Natural State: 5 Things You Should Know
Look around the next time you’re at a stop light. How many other drivers are “intexticated’ while waiting for the light to change? Distracted drivers have overtaken the nation’s streets and highways and it’s only become worse since the smart phone hit the market. Many of us remember a time when returning a message meant
Hey Man, Hold my Beer: A Brief Look at the Open Container Law in Arkansas
Until early 2017, Arkansas was one of a few states which allowed you to have an open beer or liquor bottle in your car while driving around. Last year, Arkansas joined 43 other states who make it illegal to drive or ride with an open cerveza in your cup holder. This includes beer bottles, cans,