As a criminal defense attorney in Fayetteville, Fort Smith, and Bentonville, Whitfield has defended almost a thousand cases. While in law school in Fayetteville, Whitfield was President of the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies, a founder of the Criminal Law Society, a member of the International Law Society, the Christian Legal Society, and the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. Whitfield also obtained prestigious externships, working for the Honorable Judge Chadd Mason in the Circuit Court of Washington and Madison Counties and Congressman Steve Womack in Arkansas’ 3rd Congressional District.
Bradley and Roxanne view all cases accepted by the firm with a team approach. With Bradley’s background in personal injury and bankruptcy, and Roxanne’s background in personal injury and crime, the merger was a natural progression and joining of two lawyers with complementary strengths. Rest assured that the attorneys at Mullins & Blake will work for you aggressively and treat your case with the attention and respect that it deserves.
Douglas Brimhall received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas in 2006 and his JD from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2009. In 2010, he founded the Brimhall Law Firm.
Attorney Bryce Cook is dedicated to building a practice around helping individuals and families protect themselves and their loved ones against rule-breakers who threaten their safety and freedom, whether it be in a family law case, through his criminal defense practice, or in civil trials.
Brad J. Williams grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is a graduate of Catholic High School, Hendrix College, and the William H. Bowen School of Law. He is also a graduate of the Trial Practice Institute of the National Criminal Defense College (NCDC) at Mercer University School of Law. Almost the entirety of Brad’s practice is devoted to drunk driving and criminal defense. Brad is a trained field sobriety test practitioner and instructor. He was the first lawyer in Arkansas to complete the Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) course and the DRE Overview Course for lawyers. Additionally, he has received years of extensive training in pharmacology, toxicology, and forensic science.
John Collins started his career as a police officer where he served as a field training officer, patrolman, investigator, and instructor of an alcohol education program. John went on to become a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Garland County. Mr. Collins has conducted several courses dealing with Arkansas DWI DUI offenses and has been a guest speaker for Arkansas law enforcement training sessions on topics related to DWI DUI. Mr. Collins sat as a Special Judge in the numerous Arkansas District Courts. Mr. Collins is the published author of the DWI Book for the State of Arkansas.
Mr. Bennett was raised in Northeast Arkansas. He graduated from Arkansas State University with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in English. Mr. Bennett also earned a specialist degree in Community College Teaching. From there, he earned a law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Bennett served as a law clerk for the Former Chief Justices W.H. “Dub” Arnold and Betty C. Dickey of the Arkansas Supreme Court. Subsequently, Mr. Bennett entered private practice.
James Bargar has a history as an educator, first in the private sector, and then in the public school system. Over the past six years, he has worked as a trial attorney, practicing almost exclusively in the areas of personal injury, divorce, and criminal defense, putting his skills as an educator to work for his clients in the courtroom arena. James has handled many criminal defense cases in local and state courts, and is a member of the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Shannon L. Blatt, Attorney at Law has been in private practice since 1998, with emphasis on family law, criminal law and personal injury cases as well as appeals. For 13 years she worked as an ad litem representing children who were in the custody of the Department of Human Services.
Chad L. Atwell is a former Benton County Deputy Prosecutor. In his time as a prosecutor he handled, resolved and tried many a wide variety of cases. He began prosecuting cases while still in Law School, under a special student-attorney program. In his time with Benton County he handled everything from misdemeanors to felonies, including being the Gun Violence Prosecutor. He was involved in the first Grand Jury in Benton County in over 20 years.
Chad obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, in Communication. He obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville in December of 2004, after finishing Law School early.
Chad is a member of the Washington and B
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