Understanding Whether Arkansas Residents Must Consent To A Police Search

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Search & Seizure | 0 comments

This is the next post in our series on the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Rodriguez decision. Our last article discussed how the Rodriguez case limits law enforcement’s abilities to use drug sniffing dogs during traffic stops. In this discussion we will dive into an explanation of when Arkansas residents need to allow themselves to be searched by the police and will look at how one can challenge illegally gained consent. If you have been charged...

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Series Wrap-Up of Understanding Rights of Arkansas Citizens

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Search & Seizure | 0 comments

This is the final post in our series discussing the rights of Arkansas citizens during police encounters. Throughout our series we have discussed a number of specific topics related to times in which citizen rights are often violated. Topics we have covered in this series include: A discussion of when police may stop and search a pedestrian’s person A discussion on what constitutes probable cause during a vehicle search A discussion on how...

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Understanding If Your Rights Were Violated When An Arkansas Officer Stopped You

Posted by on Nov 6, 2014 in Search & Seizure | 0 comments

This is the next post in our series on helping Arkansas residents understand when their rights have been violated. Our last post provided an overview of topics we will be discussing and discussed the process for having illegally seized evidence excluded from Court. In this topic we will discuss a frequently discussed topic – what one’s rights are when they are a pedestrian and are stopped by the police. Police may stop an Arkansas...

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Helping Arkansas Defendants Understand When Their Rights Have Been Violated

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Search & Seizure | 0 comments

This will be the first post in a discussion meant to help Arkansas residents understand whether an arresting officer violated their rights. Violations of one’s constitutional protections, unfortunately, happens more often than many people realize. Over our next few articles we will look at common situations that people face and discuss the process of rectifying them in your case. If you have been charged with a crime, and believe that your...

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