Print Profile
Lawyer Directory>Arkansas Lawyers>Little Rock Lawyers>Garfield W. Bloodman

Garfield W. Bloodman, Attorney at Law

Garfield Bloodman has a law practice in Little Rock (AR)
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
Offices
P. O. Box 3453, Little Rock, AR 72203
Phone: , Fax:    Map It
Address:  Work Phone:
City: County: Fax Phone:
State: ZIP: Tollfree Phone:
      GET DIRECTIONS      
Address:
City: State: ZIP:
Find
Practice Area
Please call to inquire within
Fees
Hourly Rates: Please call to inquire within
Fixed-Price Services: Please call to inquire within
Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Arkansas (AR) 1997
Professional Organizations and Memberships
    Education
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Arkansas

    Pulaski: Little Rock
    Legal News
    Arkansas Perspective: 'Private option' repeal faces long odds
    Baxter Bulletin Under the private option law, Arkansas would accept the federal money allocated for Medicaid expansion under the federal health care overhaul and would instead use it to buy private insurance for about 250,000 eligible low-income residents. more »
    Political Battles Congeal Around IRS Scandals, Implementation Questions
    Kaiser Health News The Associated Press: IRS Scandals Threaten Funding For Health Care Law Mounting scandals at the Internal Revenue Service are jeopardizing critical funding for the agency as it gears up to play a big role in President Barack Obama's health care law. more »
    Left and right already swinging at Ark. senator
    Sumter Item The Senate Conservatives Fund, a political action committee, has begun airing $320,000 worth of television ads criticizing Pryor's 2009 vote for the federal health care law and calling him too liberal. The conservative Club for Growth, which backed ... more »
    LAW DICTIONARY

    Related legal terms and Law definition:

    a priori assumption
    (ah-pree-ory) n. from Latin, an assumption that is true without further proof or need to prove it. It is assumed the sun will come up tomorrow. However, it has a negative side: an a priori assumption made without question on the basis that no analysis or study is necessary, can be mental laziness when the reality is not so certain. … Full Definition »
    Car Accidents >> Personal Injury
    Book of the Day in our Store
    Share it on TwitterFacebook
    Fear of Judging: Sentencing Guidelines in the Federal Courts (Chicago Series on Sexuality, History)Fear of Judging: Sentencing Guidelines in the Federal Courts (Chicago Series on Sexuality, History)
    by Kate Stith, Jose A. Cabranes
    • List Price: $27.50
    • Price: $24.68
    • You Save: $2.82 (10%)
    from $2.98
    View