Monthly Archives June 2019

Did Ft. Smith Board Emails Violate FOIA? Ark. Supreme Court’s Opinion…

On Thursday, June 20, 2019, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled that the City of Fort Smith did not violate the state’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). That court’s opinion reversed the lower court ruling, and Attorney Joey McCutchen noted that the Supreme Court, at least implicitly, overruled 43 years of case law that has been relied upon by lawyers, […]

Is There a Connection Between Child Trafficking and Child Protective Services? Part 1

Was a recently-murdered former Arkansas Senator preparing to expose child trafficking in Arkansas government? Arkansans may be surprised to know that our state has been rated as one of the worst states in the nation regarding the protection of our vulnerable children… and Arkansas laws are lax concerning human trafficking. By now, most of you have probably been made […]