Arkansas Court Costs and Expert Witness Restriction Amendment (2014)
|Not on ballot|
The Arkansas Court Costs and Expert Witness Restriction Amendment may appear on a 2014 election ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment in the state of Arkansas. According to reports, the measure would require those who file lawsuits deemed "frivolous" to pay court costs and would place restrictions on expert witnesses.
Specifically, the proposal would require expert witnesses to be trained in the same specialty as the defendant. The measure would also mandate that those who file "frivolous" lawsuits pay up to $10,000 in court costs and other fees to the defendant.
Path to the ballot
- Arkansas 2014 ballot measures
- 2014 ballot measures
- Arkansas Initiative Law
- Arkansas signature requirements
State of Arkansas
Little Rock (capital)
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