Victims suffering catastrophic injuries may qualify for up to ,000.
The Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Program, administered by the Office of the Attorney General on behalf of the Crime Victims Reparations Board, provides financial compensation to victims who have suffered personal injury or death as the result of violent crime.
Eligible victims may qualify for up to $10,000 for medical care, counseling, lost wages, funeral expenses, crime scene clean up and loss of support for dependents of deceased victims.
Thinking about pulling the classic college prank of "streaking" naked through a public place?
If there happen to be any children present and you get caught, you're more than likely looking at a mandatory 15 years as a sex offender.
A ban approved in Texas will take effect in September.