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How do you bring a good defense in a criminal case?

Criminal defense is necessary for many people who have been charged with a variety of accusations. The first step, when you are arrested, is to say absolutely nothing to the authorities about the crime you are accused of. Instead, ask for an attorney who has the knowledge and experience to handle your case well. Your lawyer will need you to tell him or her all the details of your crime. What did you do, what happened around you at the time, and how it all played out. The more information you give your attorney, the better a defense he or she can bring.

Louisiana laws and marijuana

The laws of Louisiana as they pertain to marijuana charges are some of the toughest in the country. While some states have made the decision to legalize marijuana usage and experimentation, Louisiana has not gone down that road yet. The sale of marijuana is illegal in this state. While the Louisiana legislature made it legal for medical use, there is no law that makes it legal for recreational use of the drug in this state. In 1991, the legislature made marijuana legal in the state for medical use only.

Protect your rights when facing drug charges

Being brought up on drug charges is disheartening. Being charged with illegal drug possession or sales can ruin your reputation and your life. Friends all of a sudden are not there for you anymore because they are afraid that they will be charged too. Your future is on the line because, more and more, employers are requiring a level two background screening that will reveal your drug charges. You have family, but they can't really help you. What are you going to do?

4 charged in Medicare fraud scheme

How would it feel to be indicted on a federal fraud case to the tune of $25 million? This is what has happened to four people in the gulf state area that is inclusive of Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama. These two clinical psychologists were charged recently in this Medicare fraud scheme that entailed psychological testing in nursing homes throughout the four states listed above.

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