State Court in Arkansas
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Administrative Office-courts
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 1100

(501) 682-9400
Administrative Office-courts
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 1100

(501) 682-9400
Arkansas Court Of Appeals
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, Ste 2100

(501) 682-7462
Arkansas Court Of Appeals
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, Ste 2100

(501) 682-7462
Arkansas Supreme Court
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 130

(501) 682-6867
Arkansas Supreme Court
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 130

(501) 682-6867
Court Of Appeals
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, Ste 2000

(501) 682-6849
Court Of Appeals
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, Ste 2000

(501) 682-6849
Supreme Court Chief Justice
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, # 200

(501) 682-6861
Supreme Court Chief Justice
Little Rock
625 Marshall St, # 200

(501) 682-6861
Supreme Court Clerk
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 130

(501) 682-6849
Supreme Court Clerk
Little Rock
625 Marshall St Ste 130

(501) 682-6849


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Latest State Court News
27, Mar 2015 - Little Rock, AR Arkansas Supreme Court upholds lethal-injection law
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Arkansas’ lethal-injection law, reversing a circuit judge’s ruling that the law was unconstitutional.
27, Mar 2015 - Hope Star In Depth: Debate over road less traveled
The fate of the road less traveled in Arkansas is at the heart of a debate among the Arkansas General Assembly, the state highway commission, and county judges statewide.
27, Mar 2015 - Rutledge roots for dirty coal
Grandstanding is one of the unwritten constitutional functions of state attorneys general, but it always helps to know who is in the cheering section. by Ernest Dumas Grandstanding is one of the unwritten constitutional functions of state attorneys general, but it always helps to know who is in the cheering section. When Arkansas's new attorney general, Leslie Rutledge, joined a band of other ...
27, Mar 2015 - Court accepts Arkansas into EPA suit
A U.S. Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia has granted intervention status to the state of Arkansas in a case challenging the EPA's proposed 111(d) rule, also known as President Obama's Clean Power Plan.
27, Mar 2015 - Arkansas Granted Right to Intervene in EPA Lawsuit
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is allowing the state to join a lawsuit challenging a federal proposal aimed at cutting pollution from power plants.
25, Mar 2015 - State Supreme Court Upholds Lethal Injection In Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) – The Arkansas Supreme Court upheld lethal injection in The Natural State on Thursday morning (March 19), according to court documents. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said the Supreme Court’s ruling is a big hurdle in moving forward with executions in the state. “This ruling gives us the opportunity to begin asking […]
25, Mar 2015 - State justices pause hearing on LR district
The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday stopped in midstream a Pulaski County Circuit Court hearing in a lawsuit to reverse the state Board of Education's Jan. 28 takeover of the Little Rock School District and dismissal of its elected School Board.
25, Mar 2015 - Court tosses suit on day care rule
A Pulaski County circuit judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by three western Arkansas school districts against the Arkansas Department of Human Services after the Arkansas Legislature amended a law requiring operators of licensed day care facilities to have liability insurance.
25, Mar 2015 - Little Rock, AR Supreme Court grants halt of Little Rock School lawsuit
The Arkansas Supreme Court has just granted the state Education Department's request for an emergency stay of further proceedings in the lawsuit challenging the state takeover of the Little Rock School District. The brief order gave no explanation of the reasoning. I remind you this is the same court that has dithered for four months on a completed case seeking equality for thousands of ...
25, Mar 2015 - State's high court stays court case over LR district takeover
The Arkansas Supreme Court has issued a stay immediately halting a hearing that was ongoing in a lawsuit filed over the state's move to take over the Little Rock School District.
25, Mar 2015 - Questions Remain Over AR Death Penalty
After the Arkansas State Supreme Court upheld the lethal injection law, questions remain about where the state will get lethal injection drugs. Most of the Arkansas' lethal injection drugs were given away to other states five years ago. What's left is expired, and getting drugs needed to carry out the death penalty has been difficult for states in recent times.
25, Mar 2015 - Scalia set to speak in Mountain Home next month
Arkansas State University-Mountain Home will host U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia for a free, public lecture next month, university officials announced Wednesday.
25, Mar 2015 - Justices pause hearing on Little Rock School District
LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday stopped in midstream a Pulaski County Circuit Court hearing in a lawsuit to reverse the state Board of Education's Jan. 28 takeover of the Little Rock School District and dismissal of its elected School Board.
25, Mar 2015 - Little Rock, AR UPDATE: Arkansas Supreme Court upholds lethal-injection law
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday upheld Arkansas’ lethal-injection law, reversing a circuit judge’s ruling that the law was unconstitutional.
12, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR State Supreme Court hears oral arguments in voter ID case
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas judge erred when he struck down Arkansas’ voter identification law, an official with Secretary of State Mark Martin’s office argued Thursday before the Arkansas Supreme Court.
12, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR Beebe appoints special justice in gay marriage case
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Mike Beebe has appointed a special justice to replace a member of the Arkansas Supreme Court who has disqualified himself from hearing a challenge to Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
12, Oct 2014 - Overseas trip helped Mickelson shake ‘rust’
Former University of Arkansas forward Hunter Mickelson, who hadn’t played in a real basketball game — with uniforms, fans and referees — since an SEC Tournament loss to Vanderbilt on March 14, 2013, enthusiastically returned to the court in August. By Gary Bedore
10, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR AR Supreme Court to hear Voter ID oral arguments
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas' highest court is set to take up a case this week that could decide whether the state's voters will be required to show photo identification at the polls in the November election.
10, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR Beebe names special justice for gay marriage case
Gov. Mike Beebe has named a retired judge from Harrison to fill in as a special justice on the Arkansas Supreme Court in the lawsuit challenging the state's gay marriage ban.
10, Oct 2014 - Little Rock, AR Arguments Set This Week In Arkansas Voter ID Case
Arkansas' highest court is set to take up a case this week that could decide whether the state's voters will be required to show photo identification at the polls in the November election.
09, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Alcohol Measure
Members of Arkansas' highest court are considering whether a petition to expand alcohol sales statewide should have been turned in on the July 4 holiday. Under Arkansas law, proposals must be submitted no later than four months before the general election. That date this year was Independence Day.
09, Oct 2014 - Arkansas Supreme Court hears oral arguments on challenge to alcohol sales ballot iniative
The Arkansas Supreme Court this morning heard oral arguments on the challenge to the certification of the proposed constitutional amendment to allow retail alcohol sales in all 75 counties. The legal challenge was led by Elizabeth Robben Murray of the Friday Law Firm , lobbing a procedural nitpicking claim about the timing of the certification. The plaintiffs are Mary Dillard , a political ...
09, Oct 2014 - State Supreme Court hears oral arguments in alcohol case
LITTLE ROCK — A proposal to allow statewide alcohol sales should be declared invalid because its supporters missed a deadline to submit signatures and the ballot language is deficient, a lawyer for opponents of the proposal argued Thursday before the Arkansas Supreme Court.
08, Oct 2014 - Lawyers quick to update case for gay nuptials
Attorneys representing Arkansas same-sex couples filed a brief Tuesday with the state Supreme Court arguing that pro-gay-marriage rulings in federal courts across the country won't be overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
26, Apr 2014 - Little Rock, AR AG files notice of appeal in voter id case; judge asked to recuse
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Dustin McDaniel on Friday filed notice that he will appeal a Pulaski Circuit judge’s ruling Thursday that overturned a new Arkansas law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls.
04, Apr 2014 - Taxing of medical-records copies upheld
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court has upheld the collection of state sales taxes for copies of a patient's medical records.
03, Apr 2014 - Court: Charging tax on medical records legal
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas law allows patients to be charged a sales tax when they pay a private company to obtain copies of their medical records, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
03, Apr 2014 - McDaniel to ask court to reconsider Risperdal ruling
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel says he's asking the state Supreme Court to reconsider its decision to toss out a $1.2 billion judgment against Johnson & Johnson over the marketing of the antipsychotic drug Risperdal.
03, Apr 2014 - State highlights: Ark. court reverses $1.2B Medicaid drug judgment; Fla. officials overhauling chil
The Arkansas Supreme Court reversed a $1.2 billion judgment against Johnson & Johnson on Thursday, finding that the state attorney general erred by suing under a law that applied to health care facilities, not drug companies. The judgment, one of the largest in history for a state fraud case, was imposed in 2012 after a jury concluded that Johnson & Johnson had improperly marketed and concealed ...
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