That sounds like a tough spot. I did some legal aid work and all I can say is they need to change the income guidelines regarding who they can represent. These guidelines are set by the federal government. Of course legal aid is already underfunded, and if they raised the guidelines they would need more money to hire more attorneys to take more cases. I would have to be licensed in Arkansas to give you any legal advice, and I would need a lot more information. Sorry.
legalbgl: The fact that you include a disclaimer saying something is not legal advice makes no difference if you then proceed to give legal advice.
YES, Definitely call Evan M. Levow. He is one of the best DWI Defense Attorney's in the entire State. He only does DWI Cases. He doesn't do anything else.
You can find all his contact information here:
If nothing else, fill out the form and have them give you a free consultation to inform you what they can do for you.
Here is a little information about him:
* Instructor in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - International Association of Chiefs of Police
* Instructor in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
* National College for DUI Defense
* American Trial Lawyers Association of New Jersey
* Association of Trial Lawyers of America
* American Bar Association
* New Jersey State Bar Association
* Camden County Bar Association.
* National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
* American Civil Liberties Union
* 1988 - Bachelor of Arts at University of Pittsburgh
* 1991 - Degree from Rutgers University School of Law at Camden
* 1991 - Admitted to the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar
* 1992 - Admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit
* 1995 - Admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.