Please note that every defendant's case is different and therefore outcomes will depend on the merits of the individual's case.

State of Arkansas v. C.R.,

Description: Felony - Domestic Battery in the Third Degree

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. E.R.,

Description: Public Intoxication

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. C.G.,

Description: Forgery

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.G.,

Description: Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession with Intent to Deliver Controlled Substance Schedule VI

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.H.,

Description: Possession of Controlled Substance (methamphetmaine) with Intent to Deliver; he was also facing collateral consequence of deportation if convicted.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. R.O.,

Description: Forgery in the First Degree, Class C Felony, and Failure to Appear, Class C Felony. Defendant also facing collateral consequence of deportation.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.G.,

Description: Defendant charged with 4 counts of Delivery of Controlled Substance, Class Y Felonies (punishable by 10-40 years in Department of Corrections for each Class Y Felony). Defendant also facing collateral consequence of deportation.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.M.,

Description:Defendant charged as a co-defendant in a Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Class Y Felony. Co-defendant received life sentence. After co-defendant's guilty verdict, State continued to prosecute Defendant until the day before his jury trial was scheduled.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.H.G.,

Description: 2 counts of Delivery of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class Y Felonies; and 2 counts of Delivery of Controlled Substance (cocaine), Class Y Felonies.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. S.W.,

Description: Class C felony theft of property charge, which carries a penalty range of 3 - 10 years in Arkansas Department of Corrections and/or up to a fine of $10,000.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. T.H.,

Description: Defendant charged with Possession of Controlled Substance, Class C Felony (punishable by 3-10 years in prison and/or upt to a fine of $10,000).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. D.G.,

Description: Defendant charged with Possession of Firearms by Certain Persons, Class D Felony.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. A.E.,

Description:Defendant charged with Rape, Class Y Felony (punishable by 10-40 years in prison, or life); Aggravated Assault on a Family Household Member (2 counts), Class D Felonies (0-6 years and/or $10,000 fine for each count); Terroristic Threatening in the First Degree, Class D Felony).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. C.L.,

Description:Battery in the Second Degree, Class D Felony (victim, Benton County Sheriff's Deputy).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.F.,

Description: Battery in the Second Degree, Class D Felony, and Habitual Offender Enhancement

Outcome: Not Guilty Verdict

State of Arkansas v. F.S.,

Description: Battery inthe First Degree, Class B Felony, (victim shot in the head with a firearm).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.V.,

Description: Forgery, Class C Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. C.P.,

Description:Sexual Abuse, Class C Felony. Please note that every defendant's case is different and therefore outcomes will depend on the merits of the individual's case.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. B.T.,

Description: Manufacture of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class Y Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. C.H.,

Description:Manufacture of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class Y Felony; Simultaneous Possession of Controlled Substance While in Possession of Firearms, Class Y Felony; Possession of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. B.D.,

Description: Sexual Abuse, Class C Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. R.W.,

Description: Sexual Abuse, Class C Felony.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. Y.H.,

Description:Possession of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class C Felony; and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Class C Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. R.B.,

Description: Possession of Controlled substance with Intent to Deliver, Class Y Felony.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. A.A.,

Description: DWI 4, Unclassified Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. K.D.,

Description: Terrorsitic Threatening, Class D Felony (victim, circuit judge).

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. R.W.,

Description: Rape, Class Y Felony (10-40 years or life, 70% to be served before eligible for parole)

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. M.B.,

Description:9 counts of Residential Burglary, Class B Felonies; 1 count of Theft of Property, Class C Felony, 5 counts of Theft of Property, Class A Misdemeanors.

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. J.J.,

Description:Possession of Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Class C Felony; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Class C Felony.

Outcome: Nolle Prosequi (Dismissal)

State of Arkansas v. I.G.,

Description: Forgey and Pubic Intoxication 

Outcome: Nolle prosequi (dismissal)