(September 10, 2003) - (Maumelle-AP) -- A copy of the Ten Commandments hanging in a Maumelle courtroom has company. District Judge David Pake added other historical documents that have influenced western law to the display on the advice of a conservative civil liberties group. Officials at the Virginia-based Rutherford Institute say Pake asked for advice in light of the legal battle over a Ten Commandments monument in Alabama. Among the documents Pake added is the Declaration of Independence. The institute says Pake posted the 11-by-14 inch copy of the Ten Commandments in 1994 and received no complaints until August of this year, when the head of the Arkansas chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union -- Rita Sklar -- was quoted in a newspaper story. Sklar would NOT comment on whether the modified display should be taken down.