Sarah E. Capp
Sarah E. Capp graduated Magna Cum Laude from Murray State University, in Murray, KY. After college, Sarah moved to Little Rock and attended the William H. Bowen School of Law. Sarah attended night classes her first year of law school and worked at the Pulaski County Law Library during the day. Sarah served as a clerk with the Pulaski County Prosecutor’s office for two years while attending law school. Sarah was introduced to her husband, Eric, through a law school classmate in her 2L year and they married after graduation. Eric and Sarah have two children, Cade and Cambryn.
Sarah has served as a part-time public defender for the 15th Judicial District since 2006. The majority of Sarah’s practice is devoted to juvenile law; either as an ad litem when custody is an issue or through dependency neglect, FINS, and delinquency cases. Additionally, Sarah handles most civil matters, including family law, adoptions and guardianships, business organizations and transactions, estate planning, and Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Sarah knows the value of hard work and understands the importance of maintaining contact with her clients. Your phone calls will be returned, your E-mails will be answered, and you will receive updates about your case. Sarah will work hard to achieve the highest level of commitment to her clients and the legal profession. Sarah is committed to becoming part of, and contributing to the Ozark community.
Eric and Sarah attend the First United Methodist Church.
Sarah is licensed to practice law in the State of Arkansas as well as in Federal Court.
J.D., William H. Bowen School of Law, 2004
B.S.., Murray State University, 2001 (magna cum laude)