Arkansas Code Title 10. General Assembly § 10-2-110. Disruptive conduct
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(a) If any person, whether a member or not, shall be guilty of any disorder in the presence of either house or a Committee of the Whole, or in a joint meeting of both houses, while in session, the presiding officer of the house or joint meeting or Chair of the Committee of the Whole may order the person into immediate custody. The sergeant at arms shall immediately take the person into custody and detain him or her until the further order of the house, joint meeting, or Committee of the Whole, before which offense was committed.
(b) If any person, whether a member or not, shall disturb the proceedings of any committee of either house or be guilty of disorderly conduct in their presence, the house appointing the committee may punish the person in the same manner as if the offense had been committed in the presence of the house. If the disorder or offense shall be committed before a joint committee of both houses, the President of the Senate shall issue process, and both houses shall proceed in joint meeting.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 10. General Assembly § 10-2-110. Disruptive conduct - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-10-general-assembly/ar-code-sect-10-2-110/
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