Wrightsville District Court

13024 Arkansas Hwy 365-South
Little Rock, AR 72206
(501) 897-4547 

The Wrightsville District Court serves the population Wrightsville and surrounding areas. The Court has jurisdiction over traffic violations, as well as litigation in regards to, Small Claims, Criminal, Civil, and soon to be Environmental matters within the city limits. The judge is elected by the people to serve a four year term.   Court is held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. in the Civic Center of Wrightsville City Hall.





Mark D. Leverett was elected by the residents of Little Rock, Arkansas to serve as Little Rock District Judge in November 2008.  He was re-elected, without opposition, in 2012 and elected as a State District Judge for District 31, Little Rock 3 in 2016.  As a state district judge, Leverett has county-wide jurisdiction, but presides over Little Rock district court, Division 3, Wrightsville District Court, Cammack Village District Court and child support and domestic abuse cases, as assigned by Pulaski County Circuit Court. He is a 1991 graduate of Henderson State University and a 1995 graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. 

Judge Leverett’s heart is in the community and he works hard to maintain a positive presence there.  He serves as a board member for Positive Atmosphere Reaches Kids (Keith Jackson’s PARK Ministries) and has since 2007.  He has also served as a board member of Little Rock Christian Academy since 2008, a treasurer of the National Advisory Team for Destiny Church.  He currently serves as chairman of the board for the Pulaski County division of Children of Arkansas Loved for a Lifetime (The CALL), former co-chairman for the board of directors of the Nehemiah Network, past board member of the Pulaski County Bar Association, member of the Arkansas Bar Association, and member of the Harold Flowers Law Society.  He serves as the District Two representative for the Arkansas District Judge’s Association and as a member of that association’s Education Committee.  Leverett was the 2015 recipient of the Jerry Jewel Government Leadership award given by the Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus.  He was also the recipient of the 2016 John H. Johnson Achievement Award given by the Pi Nu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, Incorporated. 

As an integral part of his service to community, Leverett is an active member of Saint Mark Baptist Church.  He is a deacon, Sunday school instructor, teacher in the Roddy E. Collins School of Ministry and co-chair of the church’s personnel committee.

Mark is married to the former Kim Byrd.  They have two daughters, Kennedy (18) and Reagan (16).  Kennedy is a freshman at Princeton University and Reagan is a junior at Little Rock Christian Academy.  They also have one son, Wesley, who is in the 8th grade at Horace Mann Magnet School.