Megan Wilson Lowman, Little Rock Attorney

Megan’s passion for criminal defense started in 2013 when she was appointed by then-Governor Mike Beebe to a committee that inspected two county jails in rural Arkansas. As part of her position, she would speak with incarcerated individuals to get a better understanding of the conditions and any potential problems in the jail. That experience ignited her drive to provide aggressive representation to her clients and to ensure her clients’ constitutional rights are protected. Megan believes in keeping her clients fully informed every step of the way. Megan understands the devastating impact a criminal charge can have on a person’s life. She understands that impact doesn’t just extend to her client but also to her client’s family and the community. While she cannot guarantee a specific result, she can guarantee that she will work tirelessly to get her clients the best result possible.

Megan has represented clients accused of crimes ranging from traffic offenses to capital murder. She has tried numerous cases before a jury, many of which were murder cases. She has also written multiple appeals to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Megan has primarily focused on homicide offenses, other violent crimes, gun crimes, drug crimes, and federal crimes.

EDUCATION

University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law
Juris Doctor, cum laude, May 2018

University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, cum laude, May 2014 Minor in Human Resources Management

Press

Colt man receives time served in gun possession case

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, September 22, 2022

Bryant teen implicated in 2 Little Rock shootings awaits judge’s decision on trying him as an adult

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, April 16, 2022

$1M bail set for 17-year-old accused of killing man at Little Rock carnival

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, November 12, 2021

Little Rock 18-year-old sentenced to 30 years in ’18 killing of uncle

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, October 31, 2020

Judge weighs adult murder trial for 18-year-old

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, February 26, 2020

Murder suspect’s bail cut to $250,000

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, February 4, 2020

Judge orders murder-case mental exam

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, January 22, 2020

Judge disallows evidence offered in murder case – Search warrant too broad, attorney for PB man argue

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, January 8, 2020

Judge weighs adult murder trial for 18-year-old

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, February 26, 2020

Murder suspect’s bail cut to $250,000

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, February 4, 2020

Judge orders murder-case mental exam

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, January 22, 2020

Judge disallows evidence offered in murder case – Search warrant too broad, attorney for PB man argue

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, January 8, 2020

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