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ArkansasPolice Misconduct Lawyers in Arkansas

There are always "bad apples" in the bunch. With police officers, it can be particularly poisonous.

Police officers in Arkansas are supposed to uphold and enforce the law. When they break the law, by lying in reports, destroying evidence, or otherwise misusing power, the effects both on the particular victim and on a city's legal culture can be devastating.

Acting against misconduct with the help of a civil rights attorney may not only help the victim recover, but be a civic duty.

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Morris W Thompson

Morris W Thompson
Morris W. Thompson, P.A.
P. O. Box 662
Little Rock, AR 72203
Licensed for 43 years, Morris W Thompson is a Police Misconduct and Criminal Defense lawyer who attended Creighton University... read more >

Stewart A. Whaley

Stewart A. Whaley
wh Law | We Help.
1 Riverfront Pl, Suite 745
North Little Rock, AR 72114
Licensed for 14 years, Stewart A. Whaley is a Family Law and Criminal Defense lawyer who attended William H. Bowen School of Law... read more >

Richard O Leeper

Richard O Leeper
Arkansas Public Service Commission
P.O. Box 400
Little Rock, AR 72203
Licensed for 32 years, Richard O Leeper is a Construction Law and Civil Rights lawyer who attended The University of Texas School of Law... read more >

Benton Rain Patterson III

Benton Rain Patterson III
J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc.
2706 S Morlan Ave
Springdale, AR 72764
Licensed for 8 years, Benton Rain Patterson III is a Civil Rights and Intellectual Property Law lawyer who attended Texas A&M University Sc... read more >

Ifeoma Ada Ibekwe

Ifeoma Ada Ibekwe
Arvest Wealth Management
4201 S JB Hunt Dr
Rogers, AR 72758
Licensed for 16 years, Ifeoma Ada Ibekwe is a Estate and Probate Law and Business Law lawyer who attended The University of Texas School of... read more >

Patricia Sue Allen

Patricia Sue Allen
Harmoni Towers LLC
11101 Anderson Dr Ste 200
Little Rock, AR 72212
Licensed for 23 years, Patricia Sue Allen is a Health Law and Business Law lawyer who attended South Texas College of Law... read more >
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The NPAP is a project of the National Lawyers Guild to help attorneys devoted to ending police misconduct by assisting its members with training and support, educating the public, and coordinated legal action.

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