Reviewed by Kevin G. April 2, 2020
Best Law Firm I have ever worked with. I can't believe how they are able to work around my schedule and not have me come into there office. They handled my issue in a wonderfully timely manner and kept me informed the whole way. I wouldn't have another team work for me ever.
Reviewed by Joshua V. November 13, 2019
Very professional, educated, caring, and great communication.
Mr. Hensley was very stress-free, caring and excellent with communication. Affordable lawyer that works passionately. I do recommend. He goes beyond fixing or helping a legal matter, by giving educated advice with upmost respect. He will answer every time you call even if it’s just to ask little questions or your worried about a legal situation. Fantastic lawyer.
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Formerly a Cop and Judge. Decades in the legal community. Personally available to all clients from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. It costs you nothing to talk for a bit and see how we might help you.
- Appeals & Appellate
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- White Collar Crime
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 8th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- American Sign Language: Spoken
- English: Spoken, Written
- Arkansas Bar Association
- - Current
- William H. Bowen School of Law
- J.D. (1998) | Law & Counseling
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103 Questions Answered
- Q. Facing a class y felony charge with methamphetamine, paraphernalia and a firearm.. what are my best options?
- A: Most certainly. Speak with several attorneys. Ask them how many jury trials they have had. Anything more than 25 is pretty good. Please realize that most criminal jury trials are not won. In fact, having jury experience is respected by Prosecutors. Thus, the offers are better for attorneys with many years of experience. Any rehab will help for sure. Now, this all works because you have a lawyer you trust and who has experience in the Court where you have the charges. I would avoid doing anything on your own. Get that great lawyer. Ask around. Call the Court clerks and ask about certain lawyers. Ask pastors, friends, insurance agents, etc. Good luck.
- Q. My child is in DHS custody do I have the right to sign over my custody or let someone adopt him
- A: Until the DHS case is closed it is doubtful any other action will be considered. I understand you want to get the child out of DHS involvement but filing such an action will not help you in the DHS case. Typically you will have an attorney appointed in the DHS case. If so, you probably don't have a lot of access to him/her but they are pure gold helping you through the system. I would advise you to follow this lawyer's advice and also do what the Court has ordered you to do. Your caseworker is the person the Court will really consider so work hard following her suggestions. You have a short time to correct whatever made DHS take your child. Good luck with this. I know it is very unsettling.
- Q. Sold my car for $4,500. The man wrote a check at my bank, transferred $ to my account. He took the car then stopped pymt
- A: File a complaint with the police department where this event occurred. Then take that complaint to the prosecutor. This is a crime even though stopping payment on a check is allowed. Failing to return the vehicle is theft.
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