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Arkansas became the 25th state of the United States in 1836. Under the state's first constitution, the Arkansas Supreme Court was composed of three judges including one Chief Justice. The Arkansas Court of Appeals was created in 1978 by Amendment 58 to the Arkansas Constitution. In 1979, the Arkansas General Assembly passed Act 208 to establish the Arkansas Court of Appeals as authorized by the amendment and and to provide for the selection of the first judges. Arkansas Constitutional Amendment 80, having taken effect on July 1, 2001, eliminated separate courts of law and courts of equity in Arkansas. Circuit courts are general jurisdiction trial courts. Effective January 1, 2002, circuit courts shall consist of five subject matter divisions: criminal, civil, probate, domestic relations, and juvenile. District courts, formerly known as municipal courts before passage of Amendment 80 to the Arkansas Constitution, exercise county-wide jurisdiction over misdemeanor cases, preliminary felony cases, and civil cases in matters of less than $5,000. City Courts in existence on July 1, 2001, remain in existence unless abolished by the legislature or the governing body of the city. Currently, there are 89 city courts served by 73 judges, 29 of whom are also district court judges. City court judges may serve more than one court.

From here you are able to inquire on Arkansas state case records including docket entries, parties, judgments, and charges in public courts. In common law jurisdictions, a court of record is a court that keeps permanent records of its proceedings. Judgments of a trial court of record are normally subject to appellate review. In many jurisdictions, all courts are courts of record. In many jurisdictions, courts that have the power to fine or imprison must be courts of record. In almost all jurisdictions, a court of record will have a court clerk whose primary duty is to maintain the permanent records. Traditionally, a court of record was required to have its own unique seal, which was used to authenticate its judgments and copies of its records.

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Arkansas Courts - Links to Online Sites

Arkansas Judiciary
Justice Building
625 Marshall Street
Little Rock, AR 72201

Arkansas Circuit Courts
- 1st Judicial Circuit
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- 16th Judicial Circuit
- 22nd Judicial Circuit

Arkansas District Courts
- Fort Smith, Sebastian County
- North Little Rock, Pulaski County
- Pulaski County
- McGehee, Desha County
- Little Rock Traffic Court


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