Statistics confirm that witness observations are usually incorrect in many important respects. Statistics also say that 78% of statistics are made up on the spot. Forget about statistics. What do you see with your own eyes? Take a moment and see if you can form a reliable memory of what your spouse, child, or roommate was wearing when he or she left the house this morning, or if you are at home, now, can you remember what they are wearing in the next room? No peeking? What can you identify? Glasses? Shoes? Belt? Socks? Shirt? Where was your attention before you were asked about such details?
Arkansas DWI attorney John C. Collins of Collins, Collins & Ray P.A has been recognized by Arkansas Life Magazine as a top lawyer in the region. Selected by the magazine’s readers, the top attorneys chosen for the feature received the most nominations, not only showing the quality of their work, but their attention to customer service. Collins, Collins & Ray PA is proud to have a partner chosen for the list.
Little Rock attorney John Collins of Collins, Collins & Ray, P.A., will present at Racing for Justice XIV on Saturday, March 12 at The Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa in Hot Springs, AR. As a well-established authority in the field of DWI/DUI defense, Collins will deliver a talk on the state of DWI roadblocks in Arkansas.
Attorneys John Collins, Brandi Collins, and Brian Ray of Collins, Collins & Ray, P.A. in Little Rock presented at and moderated the 2015 DWI Institute CLE program at the UALR Bowen School of Law last weekend. All attorneys presented at least two sessions each, and firm partner John Collins was a moderator for the entire event.