Attorney Doug Norwood has been named by the Arkansas Times as one of the “Best Criminal Law/DWI Lawyers in Arkansas. SuperLawyers magazine named him “SuperLawyer for the Mid-South Region” five years running.
He’s also been called “the champion of the little man as underdog” and “one of the most knowledgeable attorneys on criminal matters” by The Daily Record, and “one of the state’s top DWI defense attorneys” by the Arkansas Times. The Los Angeles Times referred to him as one of the most prominent defense attorneys in Northwest Arkansas.
He has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC Good Morning America, CNN Crossfire, ABC 20/20, Court TV’s Body of Evidence, Canadian Broadcasting Fifth Estate, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, and a large number of appearances on local Northwest Arkansas television news programs.
Through his 25 years defending the people of Northwest Arkansas, Doug Norwood has been in the news more times than he can remember, most notably, as a defender of civil rights and the U.S. Constitution.
BENTONVILLE — It took a jury just 30 minutes Tuesday afternoon to acquit a Bentonville man accused of sexually assaulting a girl. Raymond Prince, 45, was found not guilty of second-degree sexual assault, a felony. Prosecutors charged Prince as a habitual offender. Prince hugged Tom Marks, one of his attorneys, after Benton County Circuit Judge […]
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) – Drunk drivers kill 10,000 people every year according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). Arkansas State Police say 135 people died in Arkansas in 2014 alone. Now, the NTSB is calling on lawmakers across the country to adopt a proposal lowering the legal blood alcohol concentration level. The last time […]
ARKANSAS– Drinking and driving don’t mix and neither does drinking and boating. With the busy and celebratory weekend ahead, law enforcement will be out on full alert. “They can forcibly hold you down and take a blood test from you. They can actually take a urine test from you against your will,” Attorney, Doug Norwood, said. A […]