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Asserting an aggressive defense against a DUI

New Orleans is known for a few things, such as their warm weather, close proximity to the gulf, Bourbon Street and Mardis Gras. All of these reasons cause locals and tourists to visit the city, most of them partaking in celebrations or consuming alcohol. While this is a perfectly legal action, it is not legal to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming alcohol that puts the driver over the legal limit or is not capable of driving safely. Such a situation could result in a DUI charge, causing a motorist to face serious penalties.

Strategies for combating mass incarceration

One thing national headlines focus on when it comes to Louisiana is the size of the prison populations here. It is one of the highest rates of incarceration in the United States and the world. Understanding the problem is important, but the next step, coming up with a solution, is the true challenge.

Considerations for parents with kids facing charges

There is nothing funny about your children facing criminal charges, and knowing what to do in a situation may make you feel hopeless will help decrease your anxiety. When standing between your child and the law, you have to take a realistic approach and consider the best way to move forward.

Two Louisiana men accused of selling drugs from hotel room

When police officers believe that an illegal activity is going on, they will act on those suspicions. This could result in a person being questioned and even searched if there exists probable cause. A search and seizure could result in a suspect being charged and arrested for criminal charges. However, just because evidence has been collected does not mean it will stand in court. Thus, it is important for defendants to assert a defense, even if it seems like the state has a strong case against them.

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