David Hogue received his college education from Louisiana College, Northeast Louisiana University, and the University of London, England. After graduating with a bachelor of arts degree from Louisiana College, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from Mississippi College School of Law.
Mr. Hogue was admitted to practice law in the state and federal courts of Arkansas in 1998, and the state and federal courts of Mississippi in 1995. Since initial admission, he has practiced in several areas of civil and criminal law, including prosecution, defense, juvenile, real estate, and constitutional litigation, spending much of his time in the courtrooms of central Arkansas.
David is a husband and a father of two boys, residing between Conway and Enola in Faulkner County.
Duties of the County Civil Attorney:
It is the responsibility of the county attorney to represent the county in all matters of civil law and initiate, prosecute, or defend all civil actions in which the county is concerned. The county attorney also acts as the in-house legal counsel to all county officials and to the Quorum court. He attends all meetings of the Quorum Court and its committees (A.C.A. §16-21-114, Ordinance 08-27).
The County Attorney issues memoranda on a variety of subjects. These memoranda include responses to questions submitted to the county attorney by public officials and other citizens, related to county government. The links below will open such memoranda.
Pending litigation refers to civil complaints involving Faulkner County that have been filed but a final judgment or dismissal has not yet been obtained by the court. Click the links below for information on litigation in which the County Attorney is presently representing Faulkner County.
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