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Don't waste time when planning a drug charge defense

Drug laws in Louisiana are harsh. When you are facing criminal charges based on these laws, you will need to start working on your defense right away. We know that it is probably very tempting to just ignore the charges and live as normal of a life as you can. Even if you choose that option, you will still know that you have the charges looming over your head. We can help you learn about the options you have for your defense.

Heroin laws in Louisiana are very strict

Heroin is a drug that can lead to destruction. Overdoses are fairly common. When appropriate care isn't readily available, it is possible for the user who overdosed to die. While many people think that doing heroin is a personal choice, Louisiana law doesn't see things that way. In Louisiana, possessing or dealing heroin are felony charges.

Some misdemeanors can lead to jail time in Louisiana

Many people tend to think of misdemeanors as minor charges that won't really have an effect on them. The fact of the matter is that there are some misdemeanor charges that can have a big negative effect on your life. If you are facing a misdemeanor charge, we can help you to understand the options for a defense that you have. This includes explaining the possible penalties that you face if you are convicted of the crime or plead guilty.

Understand what embezzlement charges entail

In our prior blog post, we discussed how white collar crimes require an early jump on a defense strategy because the elements of these cases are often complex. One of the white collar crimes that is fairly common is embezzlement. There are several things to consider when you are facing embezzlement charges.

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