Committee on Model Jury Instructions - Criminal

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The Arkansas Supreme Court Committee on Model Jury Instructions - Criminal is pleased to announce that an electronic version of the state’s model criminal jury instructions is available to the public at no cost. This free access is being provided as part of a project between the Committee and LexisNexis. The text of all the instructions, Notes on Use, and Comments are included on the website, which is operated by LexisNexis. Users will be able to locate instructions via the Table of Contents. The Model Jury Instructions are available here: http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/arcrimji/

 

NamePositionLocalityTerm Expires
Hon. Tom Cooper, Ashdown Circuit Judge
02/28/2014
Hon. Charles Yeargan, Chair Circuit Judge, Ninth Judicial Circuit--West
02/28/2014
Hon. Thomas Deen, Prosecuting Attorney, Tenth Judicial District
02/28/2014
Gregg Parrish, Esq. Camden
02/28/2014
Carlton Jones, Prosecuting Attorney
Texarkana
02/28/2015
Hon. Ralph Wilson, Circuit Judge
Osceola
02/28/2014
John Wesley Hall, Esq.
Little Rock
02/28/2014
Robert McMahan, Esq., Prosecutor Coordinator
ex-officio non-voting advisor
Little Rock
Paula J. Casey, Professor of Law University of Arkansas Law School
Reporter
Little Rock
Hon. Josephine Linker Hart, Arkansas Supreme Court
Liaison
Hon. Robert Wyatt, Jr., Circuit Judge
Pine Bluff
02/28/2014
Chuck Graham, Prosecuting Attorney
Lonoke
02/28/2015
Hon. Brent Haltom, Circuit Judge
Texarkana
02/28/2015
Dan Ritchey, Esq.
Blytheville
02/28/2015
Robin Carroll, Prosecuting Attorney
El Dorado
02/28/2015
Larry Brady, Administrative Office of the Courts
Staff Attorney/Advisor