Arkansas increases penalties on filing false liens on judges and court personnel

Unfortunately, it is not at all uncommon for litigants to retaliate against the judges and court staff in their case by filing liens or similar documents against personal property and assets. I blogged about the practice earlier this year. This potentially means years of credit and legal woes. In 2011, Arkansas’ legislature adopted HB 1045 to increase from a misdemeanor to a felony the filing of such documents. The following video shows the House activity on the bill (there was no Senate audio or video that I could find).

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