Criminal Attorneys & DWI Lawyers in Covington, New Orleans, and Shreveport Louisiana
DWI Probation in Louisiana Let’s discuss what happens if you are placed on probation for misdemeanor DWI in Louisiana. Depending on your case and the circumstances surrounding your case, the judge in your misdemeanor DWI case may sentence you to six months in jail, suspend that sentence, and place you on probation. The state legislature […]
Probation for Drug Cases: What You Need to Know When a defendant is convicted of a drug charge, whether it is a misdemeanor or felony, the judge must sentence him. The judge usually will sentence the defendant to serve jail-time for a specified period of time. In the judge’s discretion, he can suspend the jail […]
What Happens if You Test Positive On A Drug Test? If you are wondering about what happens if you test positive on a drug test, you’re going to want to read this post! Here we will discuss some of the common pitfalls you may face if you fail a drug test. We’ll also go over […]
Some people who have been charged and convicted with a crime wonder, “what is a good excuse to miss probation?”. In this post, we will discuss the topic in greater depth.
Tips For Getting Through Probation In Louisiana Do you want tips for getting through probation in Louisiana? Read this post to learn everything. Tips for Getting Through Probation in Louisiana Finding yourself on probation after a criminal charge is one of the most serious life events affecting the way you live. People under community supervision […]
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