Criminal Defense


When you have been arrested, your rights and your freedom depend upon having the right attorney—your freedom depends on it.  While there are several attorneys who will likely take your case, you need and deserve an experienced attorney that aggressively defends your rights.

The Lancaster Law Firm is here to help and we have what it takes to successfully defend and resolve your criminal charges.  The attorneys at The Lancaster Law Firm have been deeply involved in criminal on both sides of the courtroom, prosecution and defense.

Our attorneys know what it takes to successfully defend your case because we understand how police and prosecutors build cases.  This insight means we know the best ways to keep you out of prison or even from being convicted.  Additionally, because we are familiar with law enforcement and the prosecution, we can help negotiate a better plea agreement for you than most other attorneys.

If you have been charged with a crime, don’t hesitate to get the help you need.  The Lancaster Law Firm is here to protect your rights with its aggressive and experienced representation. Call us today for a consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Criminal Defence Law

Speeding Tickets and How RADAR Works in Law Enforcement Settings

We have all seen a cop on the side of the road looking for speeders. In fact, we have all seen that cop and stood on our brake to slow down. What we are trying to do, when we see the cop and stand on our brake, is slow down before he can get our…

DWI—How Law Enforcement Uses Field Sobriety Tests at the Time of Stop and in Court

If you have been arrested for DWI in Arkansas, or watched a reality cop show, chances are really good that you have witnessed or performed field sobriety tests. These tests are the ones that require you to walk a certain number of steps “heel to toe,” hold your leg off the ground for a period…

Texting While Driving and The Fifth Amendment

Currently, in the State of Arkansas, it is illegal to create, send, or read a text message or email while operating a motor vehicle, and if you are under eighteen (18) years of age or in a school or work zone, even using a cell phone is illegal while operating a motor vehicle. However, I…

DWI—The Importance of the Proper Paperwork in DWI Trials

When I was in law enforcement, I worked a lot of DWI cases and I often went to court on DWI charges. As a cop, one thing I always found profound was the attorneys that took DWI cases and what they did not ask from law enforcement. I realized that many attorneys did not fully…