My name is Clint Lancaster. I am an attorney with The Lancaster Law Firm, PLLC, in Benton. I am excited to announce that MySaline.com and I have partnered to bring you some new content. That content is going to be a continuous series of articles and blog posts about interesting happenings in the Saline County (and other interesting places) legal community.
This article is a chance for you to get to know me and for me to tell you what you can expect from what I am going to write. If you have ever met me, you know that I am a very straightforward, honest, and blunt person. That is what you can expect in the articles I write for MySaline.
The Saline County community is not large in the grand scheme of life, but it is significant to the people who live and work in what you and I call home. My articles will be intended to give you insight into things that are happening in our legal system. They will be things that I see, know, and can tell you about without political bias or ulterior motive.
I am going to write about things that happen in our local court system without going into dramatic detail about who is getting divorced. This is not about my cases, your friend’s case, or salacious innuendo. This is about giving you information about your government’s daily activities.
I hope you enjoy the short articles and posts. The list of these posts will form below, as they are added.
- 03/16/18 Judge Barbara Webb
- 03/27/18 The Most Powerful Criminal Lawyer in Saline County is the Prosecutor
- 04/10/18 The True Owner of the Canoe at the Benton River Center
Robert Dean Clay says
Can anyone tell me how i got a warrent? I havent done anything wrong. Ive sat at home and have been doing nothing . ive left only to help friends or family yet i still have seemed to have delieverd meth so saline county says .. I have not failed any of my drug screens for hope court .. Hell i moved out of town so that i do not even speak with okd friends .. I barely even get phone service. My mother who is not in good health is whom informed me. I would like to know how they can issue a warrent when i have not done anything wrong. And how do i fight a charge i have no idea how i got in the first place.
Shelli Poole says
Robert, it sounds like you need to call the Sheriff’s Office to ask. 501-303-5609
Well now I’m intrigued by the end of the report on “The Most Powerful Criminal Lawyer in Saline County is the Prosecutor”
So how do if find.out more about these said cases?
This was like reading a partial quickbook thriller, it just wasnt enough..