Federal Court in Arkansas
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Federal Court
Franklin County Circuit Judge
Ozark
211 W Commercial St

(479) 667-0188
Sebastian County Circuit Court
Fort Smith
901 S B St, Ste 206

(479) 784-1560
US Bankruptcy Court Clerk
Fayetteville
35 E Mountain St Ste 316

(479) 582-9800
US Bankruptcy Court Clerk
Little Rock
300 W 2nd St

(501) 918-5500
US Bankruptcy Court Judge
Little Rock
300 W 2nd St

(501) 918-5640
US Bankruptcy Court Judge
Fayetteville
35 E Mountain St, Ste 316

(479) 582-9067
US Circuit Court Judge
Little Rock
600 W Capitol Ave, Ste 208

(501) 604-5210
US District Court
Texarkana
500 N State Line Ave Ste 301

(870) 773-2005
US District Court
Little Rock
600 W Capitol Ave Ste 224

(501) 604-5351
US District Court
Fayetteville
35 E Mountain St Ste 213

(479) 442-7251
US District Court Clerk
El Dorado
101 S Jackson Ave Ste 205

(870) 862-1202
US District Court Clerk
Fort Smith
30 S 6th St, # 10308

(479) 783-6833
US District Court Clerk
Pine Bluff
100 E 8th Ave Rm 3103

(870) 536-1190
US District Court Clerk
Fayetteville
35 E Mountain St Ste 510

(479) 521-6980
US District Court Clerk
Little Rock
600 W Capitol Ave Ste A149

(501) 604-5300
US District Court Clerk
Texarkana
500 N State Line Ave Ste 301

(870) 773-3381
US District Court Clerk
Hot Springs National Park
100 Reserve St Ste 347

(501) 623-6411
US District Court Clerk
Jonesboro
615 S Main St Ste 312

(870) 972-4610
US District Court Judge
El Dorado
101 S Jackson Ave Ste 219

(870) 862-1303
US District Court Judge
Hot Springs National Park
100 Reserve St Ste 347

(501) 624-4431
US District Court Judge
Little Rock
500 W Capitol Ave Ste D157

(501) 604-5100
US District Judge
Helena
617 Walnut

(870) 338-6321
US District Judge
Fort Smith
35 S 6th St, # 317

(479) 783-1466
US District Judge
Texarkana
500 N State Line Ave Ste 301

(870) 774-9541
US District Judge
Harrison
402 N Walnut St

(870) 741-3550
US District Judge
Jonesboro
615 S Main St

(870) 972-4684
US Justice District Clerk
Texarkana
500 N State Line Ave

(903) 794-8561
US Magistrate Judge
Fort Smith
30 S 6th St Ste 240

(479) 783-7045
US Magistrate Judge
Little Rock
500 W Capitol Ave Ste C459

(501) 604-5200


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Q: I was working with Vicki Asher who is the office manager for the District Court in Hot Springs, to obtain details on a trial set for my son in District Court on 11-27-13. It's a simple traffic violation from a single car accident but we have proof from the dealer that the transmission malfunctioned. I have a conflict with Garland County Attorney Ralph Ohm who is also the part time State District Court Judge For Hot Springs, AR. I was told by Ms. Asher that I could contact her directly anytime on 10/20/13. I was told that my son's case would be heard by Judge David Switzer. I replied that I needed proof from the posecutor's office that it was okay for Judge Switzer to hear my son's case since I had worked around and have known him for many years. I specifically stated that I wanted to make sure he was comfortable with hearing the case. The response I received this morning sent yesterday afternoon by Ms. Asher was this - Judge Switzer refuses to recuse from you son's case and for my son to bring his evidence. I was dumbfounded by her response so I emailed her back to say thank you and make sure you Judge Switzer knows that I have no problem either so long as the prosecutor and the State trooper agree. My response was sent to her and Jason Lawrence who is the Court Administrator for both Judges. The email came back to me because the information technology department for the City of Hot Springs and Garland County were informed to block my email address. My email address has been blocked per the Information Technology Department by Judge Vicki S. Cook and County Judge Rick Davis. You should know that I was the Court Administrator for Circuit Division II for 18 years. I was fired after I filed for disability that may not have had to happen because I was beginning treatment at UAMS for my back disorder that had developed. I went through a grievance hearing and Judge Cook was represented by County Attorney Ralph Ohm. I couldn't understand this since they are both State Judges. I should have one in my opening statement and have ordered that transcript. I called the State Police Troop K early this week because I was in fear of my life. This information was emailed to the Captain and he never responded. I have uncovered too much and I don't know how to handle my son's little traffic violation. I'm scared for him to enter that court room. What do I do?
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Latest Federal Court News
20, Nov 2014 - 2 courts set to take up gay marriage in Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK — Arguments are set in two Arkansas courtrooms on whether the state should drop its prohibition against same-sex marriages.
20, Nov 2014 - Benton, AR Bentonville Man Accused Of Kidnapping Texas Woman Pleads Guilty
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)- A Bentonville man, who is one of three men accused of kidnapping a woman in Texas and bringing her to Northwest Arkansas, pleaded guilty in federal court Friday (Oct. 31). Jason Petit, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, according to court documents. The other suspects in the case […]
20, Nov 2014 - UPDATE: Federal judge hears arguments on Arkansas same-sex marriage ban, decision still pending
Benji Hardy and Brian Chilson are at the federal courthouse where a hearing is underway in Judge Kristine Baker's cour t on the federal lawsuit challenging the Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage on U.S. constitutional grounds. Jack Wagoner, who joined Cheryl Maples in the state challenge, filed this lawsuit and has had assistance from others. He says his argument on a motion for summary judgment ...
20, Nov 2014 - Federal hearing underway on Arkanas same-sex marriage bans
Benji Hardy and Brian Chilson are at the federal courthouse where a hearing is underway in Judge Kristine Baker's cour t on the federal lawsuit challenging the Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage on U.S. constitutional grounds. Jack Wagoner, who joined Cheryl Maples in the state challenge, filed this lawsuit and has had assistance from others. He says his argument on a motion for summary judgment ...
20, Nov 2014 - Arguments today in lawsuits challenging Arkansas ban on same-sex marriage
Two hearings are scheduled in state and federal court today on separate lawsuits challenging the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and the state's lack of recognition for those married legally in other states. The Arkansas Supreme Court at 9 a.m. assembled to hear an appeal of Circuit Judge Chris Piazza's ruling declaring the ban unconstitutional. You can go here to watch it on the ...
20, Nov 2014 - Fayetteville, AR Fayetteville Man Facing Child Pornography Charge
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)- A Fayetteville man was arrested Friday (Oct. 31) after a warrant was issued for his arrest on a child pornography charge. According to the arrest warrant, an Arkansas State Police special agent began the investigation into James Roy Clary, 52, in June 2013 after connecting the computer IP address at his residence to […]
20, Nov 2014 - Martha Shoffner's plea deal falls apart
Former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner was expected to plead guilty t his morning to a federal charge related to her use of campaign money for personal expenses. But, as in her first case, there were complications. Because she wouldn't give a definitive admission to guilt on the charge underlying the case, the plea deal was nixed. She will go to trial in three weeks. She'd earlier been ...
20, Nov 2014 - Ark. Supreme Court Hears Gay Marriage Ban Arguments
Justices with the Arkansas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether to uphold the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
19, Nov 2014 - Cleared for ballot, wage hike faces easy path
The Arkansas Supreme Court's decision to keep a minimum wage hike on the ballot removes the last major hurdle for a proposal that is gaining bipartisan support and faces no organized opposition as Election ...
19, Nov 2014 - Little Rock, AR AR Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in Same Sex Marriage Case
The Arkansas Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in the same sex marriage case.
19, Nov 2014 - Same-sex marriage ban in Kansas struck down
Another same-sex marriage ban falls , in Kansas. The federal judge adopted the reasoning in a 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling. Hearings are set Nov. 20 in both the Arkansas Supreme Court and federal district court on separate lawsuits challenging the Arkansas ban, struck down by Circuit Judge Chris Piazza. In Kansas, as here, the law prevented not only marriage but prevented the state from ...
19, Nov 2014 - White, AR Brandon Barber Sentenced to 65 Months in Prison for Fraud, Money Laundering
Brandon Barber, a former northwest Arkansas developer, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to 65 months in prison for bank fraud and money laundering. "More than a half-decade ago, I made bad decisions based on my selfishness and pride," Barber told Judge P.K. Holmes. "I failed those who loved and trusted me the most."
19, Nov 2014 - Washington, AR Brandon Barber Set To Be Sentenced In Fraud Conviction
FORT SMITH (KFSM) – The former Northwest Arkansas developer convicted in a $200 million fraud scheme is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday (Oct. 28) before a federal judge in Fort Smith. Brandon Barber pleaded guilty in federal court last year to three criminal counts, reaching a deal with prosecutors in the case for a […]
18, Nov 2014 - Same-Sex Marriage Cases To Reach Arkansas, Federal Courts On Same Day
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a state-court challenge to Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban on the same day that a federal judge hears arguments in a federal challenge to the ban.
18, Nov 2014 - Nov. 20 hearing set in federal challenge to same-sex marriage ban
LITTLE ROCK — A federal judge on Monday scheduled a Nov. 20 hearing in a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
18, Nov 2014 - Jackson T. Stephens Jr. says judicial recall is on his agenda
Jackson T. "Steve" Stephens Jr., who lost a court fight to remove a minimum wage increase from the ballot, tells The Arkansas Project that he's thinking about putting some of his inherited wealth into a judicial recall measure in Arkansas. That would require a ballot initiative. I'm not sure if an initiated act would suffice or if a constitutional amendment would be required. Stephens threatened ...
18, Nov 2014 - Same-sex marriage cases to reach state, federal courts on same day
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a state-court challenge to Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban on the same day that a federal judge hears arguments in a federal challenge to the ban.
18, Nov 2014 - Arkansas Gay Marriage To Hit 2 Courts On Same Day
Arkansas' highest court will hear oral arguments in a case challenging the state's gay marriage ban on the same day a federal judge takes up a separate case over the prohibition.
18, Nov 2014 - Lambda Legal Sues Social Security Administration on Behalf of Gay Chicago Widower
11/6/2014 (Chicago, IL, November 6, 2014) — Today, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Lambda Legal filed a federal lawsuit against the Social Security Administration (SSA) on behalf of Dave Williams, a widower, formerly of Arkansas, now a Chicagoan, who was denied spousal benefits after the death of his husband, Carl Allen.
18, Nov 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court rules to expedite gay marriage case
The Arkansas Supreme Court has agreed to move quickly on a case challenging the state's gay marriage ban. A spokesperson says oral arguments may begin before the end of the year. 
18, Nov 2014 - Benton, AR Two Of Three Benton County Men Accused Of Kidnapping Texas Woman Plead Guilty
FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)- A Rogers man, who is one of three men accused of kidnapping a woman in Texas and bringing her to Northwest Arkansas, pleaded guilty in federal court Monday (Nov. 3). Michael Robers, 24, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, according to court documents. The remaining suspect in the case […]
18, Nov 2014 - Benton, AR Dozens Charged in Arkansas Oxycodone Conspiracy
Federal Court officials roundup 33 defendants.
18, Nov 2014 - Man sentenced to 20 years for kidnapping White Oak girl
The man accused of kidnapping a 6-year-old girl from White Oak just hours before she was found wandering down a road in Miller County, Arkansas, has been sentenced in federal court.
17, Nov 2014 - Jilted Chinese supplier tells would-be U.S. reshorer -'Not so fast'
A lawsuit filed in federal court in Arkansas presents another example of why U.S. According to the suit, filed by Arkansas toymaker Redman & Associates, the company's Chinese contract manufacturer suddenly demanded full and immediate payment on a huge shipment of goods in transit and destined for holiday-season shelves. This happened just after Redman went public with its plans to bring some ...
17, Nov 2014 - Former developer Brandon Barber gets 65-month federal sentence
Arkansas Business has the news on sentencing today in federal court in Fort Smith of former Northwest Arkansas developer Brandon Barber — 65 months for bank fraud and money laundering, with 16 months credit for time served. Barber pleaded guilty and the government has said he's been cooperating with information about others. U.S. Attorney Conner Eldridge issued a news release: Conner Eldridge ...
16, Nov 2014 - The Ebola Panic Edition
Political debates , the end of voter ID and other state Supreme Court rulings, the Little Rock School District and academic distress, the Ebola scare in Arkansas and Costco eyeing expansion in Little Rock — all covered on this week's podcast. Subscribe via iTunes . Download . [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
12, Oct 2014 - Federal Prosecutorial Ethics
Arkansas businessman, John Stacks, is about to stand trial in federal court. Mr. Stacks is attacking the charges and the conduct of the government agents. Prosecutors don’t like what he’s been saying and asked a judge to squelch their target’s ‘false allegations.’
12, Oct 2014 - US Supreme Court says same-sex marriage can proceed in five states with prior bans
Big news for gay marriage this morning out of Washington . The US Supreme Court denied review of the attempts by petitioners in several states to reverse lower-court decisions that struck down bans on same-sex marriage in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. All of those states, much like Arkansas, had previously banned gay marriage before lower courts struck down their prohibitions ...
11, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR UPDATE: Lawyer for Arkansas gay couples hails top court’s refusal to hear appeals
LITTLE ROCK — The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Monday not to consider gay-marriage cases from five states is good news for proponents of gay marriage in Arkansas, according to a lawyer for same-sex couples challenging Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
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