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Eyewitness identification sucks!

Yesterday I was set to try a misdemeanor battery case that provided an excellent illustration of the pathetic unreliability of eyewitness identification. There has been a bar fight. The supposed victim couldn’t identify his attacker, because he was jumped by about...

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A client asked about Arkansas’ self-defense laws

The general common law rule followed in Arkansas is that the victim of an unlawful attack may defend himself with an amount of force proportional to the amount of force used against him. For example, while a gun can be used against a gun or knife wielding assailant,...

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The Ordeal of Marijuana Prohabition

Possession of marijuana has been criminalized in most states since the 1930s. At long last the tide appears to be turning: Colorado and Washington have legalized recreational use of the drug. Oregon and Alaska have enacted legislation to the same effect. Washington,...

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Capital Punishment

The real reason so many support capital punishment is that they take pleasure inflicting pain on those they hate. Of course, they aren’t likely to admit this, but it’s very easy to prove that it is so. Throughout most of history punishments were vindictive. As...

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Welcome

My name is Greg Klebanoff and I am here to welcome you to my blog. I am an attorney and I specialize in Criminal and Family Law though I do many types of litigation. My law firm is in Fayetteville Ar. where I have been based for many years. I hope that you are here to...

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