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Tag Archives: Arkansas Law

Civil Rights: Attorney Discipline-Arkansas Law

Where appellant challenged the dismissal of her civil rights action asserting claims related to ongoing Arkansas attorney disciplinary proceedings, there was no basis for reversal, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. Bloodman v. Arkansas Supreme Court Committee (MLW ...

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Employment Law: Discrimination-Exhaustion-Arkansas Law

  Where a plaintiff who brought discrimination and retaliation claims against his former employer challenged a finding that he failed to exhaust some of his claims, the plaintiff failed to administratively exhaust his constructive-discharge allegations by not including in his ...

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Criminal Law: Prior Convictions- Violent Felonies- Arkansas Law

Where a defendant challenged his sentencing under the Armed Career Criminal Act, the defendant was not eligible for habeas relief because his Arkansas conviction for terroristic threatening constituted a crime of violence. Judgment is affirmed. Martin v. U.S. (MLW No. ...

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