Arkansas Criminal Defense Attorneys
Criminal law involves prosecution by the government of a person for an act that has been classified as a crime, such as homicide, possession of drugs, fraud, and assault. If you or a loved one has been charged with a serious crime, you need help now.
Know the facts
Local police don’t have the resources, time, or manpower to conduct the kind of thorough investigations portrayed on television police dramas like “Law and Order” and “CSI.” In many instances, police don’t interview important witnesses, don’t pursue other suspects, and walk a fine line between investigation and violation of your constitutional rights. That’s why we work with our own investigators, forensic experts, and lab technicians in evaluating and uncovering evidence that tells a different story and undermines the prosecution’s case. Police, investigators, and prosecutors want to put those arrested for committing crimes behind bars. They aren’t always concerned whether an interrogation, car stop, search, or eyewitness statement is perfect. In fact, finding ways to bend the constitution or tip-toe around proper procedure is fairly common due to the belief on the part of many in law enforcement that criminals receive too many protections.
Put us to work for you
Nolan Caddell Reynolds Criminal Defense Lawyers don’t put up with substandard, sloppy investigations – especially when someone’s freedom or life is at stake. Our forensic experts and lab technicians expose the mishandling of evidence, tainting of samples, and misguided forensic conclusions presented by the prosecution. We present alternative facts and eyewitness accounts, identify contradictory elements in the prosecution’s case, and undermine the force of any evidence presented by them. The Arkansas Criminal Defense Attorneys at Nolan Caddell Reynolds identify illegal searches and seizures, coercive interrogations, absence of probable cause, and other violations committed by police. We also track down witnesses the prosecution fails to interview and pursue alternative suspects the police often dismiss because they don’t have the time or resources to conduct a thorough investigation.