Criminal Attorneys & DWI Lawyers in Covington, New Orleans, and Shreveport Louisiana
Can You Beat Assault and Battery Charges? Were you charged with either assault or battery and need to beat the charges? These are some of the most complex laws in the U.S. law system. And the odds aren’t in your favor. Minor crimes can only result in a fine, but serious charges can lead to […]
Battery of a Police Officer – La RS 14:34.2 Louisiana Battery Defense Attorney Battery of a police officer in Louisiana is a criminal charge that can either be a misdemeanor or felony, based on the alleged facts and circumstances of the case. Let’s break down the various elements of this charge to see what the […]
The crime of battery in Louisiana is defined as the intentional infliction of force against another person. To commit a battery, it is essential that there must have been some actual contact or force between the parties. Otherwise, it would be classified as an assault. Punching another person or otherwise hitting him with an object […]
One minute, you’re enjoying an ice cold beer or perhaps your favorite whiskey while shooting some pool or just shooting the you-know-what with your friends. All of a sudden, some joker insults your manhood, makes a pass at your girlfriend, or otherwise crosses a line. The next thing you know, you’re both out in the […]
Unfortunately, sometimes the bar can become more of a wrestling ring than a watering hole. We’ve all seen the people who get belligerent when they drink, drawing those around them into their personal anger. Some of us have even been that person who is a little too tipsy for their own good. When things get […]
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Louisiana DWI & Criminal Lawyers
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