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Arkansas Failure to Appear- Punishment

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In Arkansas, the crime of Failure to Appear (”FTA”) involves an accused person being told to go to court and then that accused person not showing up on their court date. See Generally A.C.A. 5-54-120. The level of punishment for FTA in Arkansas varies depending on the seriousness of the crime you were originally charged with: Felonies- Generally, if you fail to appear for a felony charge, the FTA charge is a C felony. Misdemeanors- Generally, if you fail to appear for a misdemeanor, read more

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Full post as published by Arkansas Criminal Defense Blog on November 13, 2007 (boomark / email).

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