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February 2014 Archives

Baton Rouge spouse disputes warrant saying he filed abuse claim

Regret often follows couple's arguments. Baton Rouge partners may feel sorry for harsh words and, in some cases, physical roughness. From an outside observer's viewpoint, a domestic dispute can sound and look worse than it really may be.

Bicyclists Louisiana driver hit tested positive for marijuana

Prosecutors do not have a case without evidence to back up allegations. Evidence analysis is never more critical for a Louisiana defendant than when a charge involves another person's death. An attorney not only preserves defendants' rights during trial, but looks in the past and future for ways to minimize damage.

Louisiana contractor says parish fraud case is retaliatory

A Louisiana defendant has a chance to petition for reduced charges in advance of a criminal trial only when charges are filed through a bill of information. There's no wiggle room for the defense over pre-trial charges when a defendant is indicted by a grand jury. An indictment means the case goes to trial as is.

Baton Rouge man loses 2 jobs in 1 day over theft arrest

Employers don't always wait for a verdict to terminate the employment of a worker charged with a crime. Even a misdemeanor charge can affect the career of an employee, especially when he or she holds hold a position that's the focus of public attention.

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