Your supervising attorney recalls that there was a 1989 Arkansas case in which a county court judge was convicted in federal court of vote buying. After the United States Court of Appeals denied the appeal, the state circuit court declared the judge ineligible to hold public office. The judge claimed that he had received insufficient notice of the state court hearing because he had less than a 24-hour notice to appear at the hearing. What is the name and citation of the case? Under the holding of the case, when is a person "convicted" for purposes of removal of a public official from office?