VOTE NO to Arkansas Issue 1 in November

We must protect citizen-juries and their power to make decisions. People on juries – Arkansas citizens – should decide the outcomes of court cases, not arbitrary guidelines.

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Creatively Simple Visual Aids

By: Geoff Hamby, Trial Attorney/Catastrophic Injury Division

A 2015 study found that the average attention span for an adult is just over 8 seconds. That is actually shorter than the attention span for a goldfish.

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What is Venue

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

Often lawyers talk about the venue for a case. What is Venue? Attorney Frank Bailey explains.

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What is Hearsay Evidence

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

Often we hear a lawyer stand up and say, “Objection Hearsay”. What does that mean? Why is that lawyer objecting to what a person said?

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Why Cases Settle and Why That's a Good Thing

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

A settlement is the term for a formal resolution of a legal dispute without the matter being decided by a court judgment. While many people are unaware of this term it can provide great benefits.

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