Former District Judge Convicted On Drug Charges

Former District Judge Bob Castleman has been convicted in a Little Rock Federal Court Cases on charges of Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth, Conspiracy to Maintain a Drug Premises and Conspiracy to Possess Equipment and Ingredients to make Meth.

Castleman chose not to testify in his own trial and his attorney called no witnesses before the Jury returned the guilty verdict on Wednesday. Castleman faces 5 years in Prison, sentencing will be at a later date.

Castleman lost his license to practice law after he and his son admitted to mailing a live snake to a man who allegedly fired a weapon at them, some nine years ago.