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Arkansas is a state located in the Southern region of the United States. As with the federal government in the U.S, the political power in the state of Arkansas is divided into three different branches: legislative, judicial, and executive.
Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton brought attention to the state with a long speech that he gave and winning the Democratic nomination for the President.
Learn About the Legal System in Arkansas
There are several different types of courts located in the state of Arkansas. These courts include the Arkansas Supreme Court, the Arkansas Court of Appeals, 128 Circuit Courts, 64 District Courts, 103 Local District Courts, and 91 City Courts.The majority of the domestic cases (divorce, child support, child custody) are heard in the Arkansas Circuit Courts.
If you need an attorney in Arkansas, consider posting your case with LegalMatch to help you find the right lawyer for you. Alternatively, feel free to peruse the following links to discover more on Arkansas law and practice:
- Arkansas Judiciary
- Arkansas State Bar
- Arkansas Bar Associations
- Law Library – University of Arkansas at Little Rock
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