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Played crucified Jesus during death-penalty protest outside Arkansas Governor's Mansion, judge says

Griffen: Ruling about property ownership, not death penalty

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen said Wednesday that he was portraying a crucified Jesus on Good Friday as he lay strapped on a cot during a death-penalty protest outside the Governor's Mansion.

Conway program gives aid on taxes

CONWAY — Faulkner County resident Jennifer Morgan was behind on filing her income-tax returns — three years behind, counting the ones for 2016.

Program gives aid on taxes

Conway agency uses volunteers

Faulkner County resident Jennifer Morgan was behind on filing her income-tax returns -- three years behind, counting the ones for 2016.

Need new judge for appeal of battery conviction, says former Arkansas officer's filing

A lawyer for a fired sheriff's deputy has insisted that the former officer's appeal be handled in a different judge's courtroom than it normally would have been.

Former Arkansas deputy sentenced in kicking of arrestee

CONWAY -- A judge sentenced a former Faulkner County sheriff's deputy who was fired for using excessive force to 90 days in jail Friday.

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Former Arkansas judge free more than a year while case on appeal

More than a year after Michael Maggio was sentenced to prison for bribery, the ousted judge remains free during a lengthy appeal process.

Complaints against judge dismissed

In letter, judicial panel cautions jurist, says it has concerns

A state commission advised Circuit Judge Tom Hughes on Tuesday that it has dismissed "multiple complaints" against him but cautioned him to avoid "even the appearance of impropriety."

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Arkansas doctor's office searches upheld; sex-assault case evidence allowed

CONWAY -- A judge has denied a Conway physician's request to suppress evidence obtained as a result of two search warrants in the rape and sexual-assault case against him.

After prosecutor found city in Arkansas ran speed trap, rebuttal says law, figures fuzzy

Damascus cites ‘ambiguity’ in language

Statistics used by the Arkansas State Police and cited in a prosecutor's ruling that the town of Damascus runs a speed trap were inaccurate, the city attorney said in a response released late Wednesday.

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Youth program fits like a glove

Boxing offers outlet, lessons

CONWAY -- The dozen or so young men started the evening with 35 jumping jacks, did burpees and jumped rope along the way, and ended with helmets, boxing gloves and a pep talk.