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Arkansas Court records are a reliable source for searching criminal backgrounds, to locate people and to lookup liens, judgements, bankruptcy and arrest records in Arkansas. Search Arkansas Court Records and see convictions, felonies, misdemeanors, sex offenses and other criminal record offenses.Find Case Number, arrest record, filing date, disposition, offense and sentence. While each state has different privacy statutes almost all states carry statewide information for people in the state corrections system. Search in courts such as Arkansas State Courts, Arkansas State Appellate Courts, Arkansas State Supreme Courts, Alabma County Court, Arkansas Small Claims Courts, Arkansas Municipal Courts, Arkansas County Courts, Arkansas Family Courts, Arkansas Probate Courts, Arkansas Bankruptcy Courts, Arkansas Traffic Courts. Civil court record search will help you find non-criminal litigation. This Arkansas search will identify suits filed by individuals or corporations including product liability suits and civil rights violations in Arkansas. The Arkansas Judicial Council is made out of all judges of the circuit court and Court of Appeals, Justices of the Supreme Court, retired justices and judges, and the Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts.  The Arkansas Judicial Council officialy represents the state's judiciary.

Arkansas Supreme Court

Arkansas Court structure includes the Arkansas Supreme Court resided by one Chief Justice and six Associate Justices who are elected every 8 years.The administrative offices of court reports to the SupremeCourt.

Arkansas Court of Appeal

Next Arkansas Court of Appeals has one Chief Justice and eleven judges again all with 8 year terms.

Arkansas Circuit Courts

Then we have the Circuit Courts with 121 circuit judges elected for six years in 28 circuits. They reside over criminal, civil, domestic relation, probate and juvenile cases. Next are State District Courts and Local District Courts.

State District Courts

There are 26 State District Courts: 36 judges reside with 4 year terms, and hear cases including minor civil cases and small claims.

Local District Courts

There are 58 Local District Courts with 72 judges residing for four year terms and hearing cases about minor civil and criminal and small claims cases.

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