GENERAL PRACTICE LAW FIRM - Client Oriented, Client Driven, Client First
RSS

Recent Posts

Drugs and Guns and Laws.. Oh My!
How To: Arkansas Sentencing Standards
Are Arkansans Getting Carried Away? (with gun rights)
The Quest For Open Carry in Arkansas
The Manti Te'o Hoax... if it went to court

Categories

138
Arkansas
Arkansas laws
congratulations
court rulings
domestic violence
drug laws
euthanasia
federal law
Felony
firearms
fraud
gang-stalking
General Practice News
guns
hoax
legislature
Mati Te'o
physician-assisted suicide
politics
possession
pronunciation
secession
shaming
staff
tips
Violenece
powered by

News

Violenece

No Armor For You (Felon)

It is illegal under Arkansas law for a person convicted of the following crimes to possess body armor (bullet proof body armor to be specific):

  (1) Capital murder, § 5-10-101;

   (2) Murder in the first degree, § 5-10-102;

   (3) Murder in the second degree, § 5-10-103;

   (4) Manslaughter, § 5-10-104;

   (5) Aggravated robbery, § 5-12-103;

   (6) Battery in the first degree, § 5-13-201; or

   (7) Aggravated assault, § 5-13-204.