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Top Newport Sex Crime Lawyers - Arkansas

Aggressive and relentless, our team at James Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, successfully defends people against criminal charges and throughout the justice process. For more than 25 years, we have been advocating for clients in courtrooms and other legal settings regarding matters such as the following: Drunk driving charges Violent crimes Sex crimes Drug crimes White collar crimes The...

Charged with a Sex Crime?

You've come to the right place.  If you're facing sex crime charges or other charges that would force you to register as a sex offender and have questions about the sex offender registry -- you should speak with a sex crimes lawyer today.

A charged sexual offender faces unique problems, and a qualified sex crimes lawyer can help.

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