Criminal Attorneys & DWI Lawyers in Covington, New Orleans, and Shreveport Louisiana
Is Simple Criminal Damage to Property a Felony in Louisiana? Things got a little out of hand, and now you’re facing a charge of simple criminal damage to property. What does this charge mean? Is it a misdemeanor or a felony? Most importantly, what should you do now? Find the answers to your questions here. […]
Criminal Damage to Property Charges To define criminal property damage, we first need to clarify what property damage means from a legal point of view. Understand that this is defined in many ways, but always with intent. Definition Of Property Properties are simply important things owned by others. It can be your home, car, TV, […]
As of August 1, 2022, a new law went into effect in Louisiana called Theft of a Catalytic Converter or Engine Control Module under La. R.S. 14:67.12. This law makes it illegal to steal a catalytic converter or engine control module off of a vehicle. Also, the legislature created La. R.S. 37:1864(A)(3) which now requires […]
The right to own property is often classified as a human right that entitles every person to the peaceful enjoyment of his possessions alone as well as in association with others. As such, it warrants protection from arbitrary interference of the owner’s right to its use and from various forms of damage caused through another’s […]
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