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Expungement and Gun Rights

Arkansas has some of the best hunting in the south with the stunning Northwest Arkansas Mountains and the duck hunting capital. However, you cannot get many animals this hunting season without a gun. Let Morton Law handle your expungement and restore your hunting season. Expungement Expungement is a …

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Fayetteville Law: Q&A

Fayetteville’s law community is unlike any other. Having a lawyer who understands the unique landscape can help provide the best results possible. Fayetteville native Bo Morton is what he calls a “second career” lawyer. At the age of 40, he went to law school at the University of …

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Minor in Possession

In Arkansas, possession is a tricky topic, but for more information check out this blog. Arkansas’s minor in possession statute is unique from the general rule. We are here to help you better understand the nitty-gritty of possession and the consequences. Minor in Possession Typically, to “possess” something in …

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Arkansas Shoplifting Law

Shoplifting: the act of taking or intention of taking an item in a place of business that person would not pay money in exchange for an item. In Arkansas shoplifting is charged with Theft of Property. Punishment for Shoplifting Most punishments will depend on the value of the …

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Expungement in Arkansas

Expungement Expungement is a court-ordered process where the legal record of an arrest or criminal conviction is removed from the eyes of the law, but not destroyed. Arrest or conviction records are sealed and therefore treated as confidential material. In Arkansas, when a person meets the requirements to …

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