Students at University of Louisiana at Monroe – ULM
We represent students that attend the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM). Representing students requires a serious attention to resolving the case with the client’s criminal record as a high priority. Young people make mistakes that shouldn’t get them expelled from school nor should the mistake prevent them from pursuing their career. We know how to handle the case with these issues at the forefront. If your child is a student at ULM and got arrested for DWI or any other criminal charge, feel free to call us at 318-716-3441 to discuss options.
Court in Monroe
If you’ve been arrested in Ouachita Parish, then you will have court in one of the two courthouses in Monroe, La. If the arrest was for a felony charge or if your misdemeanor summons or arrest was outside the city limits of Monroe, you’ll have court at the 4th Judicial District Court (Ouachita Parish Court), located at 300 St. John Street in downtown Monroe, LA. If you received a DWI in the city limits of Monroe, you’ll have court at Monroe City Court located at 600 Calypso Street, Monroe, Louisiana 71201.
Either way, the process for attending court is similar in many ways. Make sure you wear the proper attire for court which means no shorts, no hats, no cell phones, and no sleeveless tops. Be on time for court, which usually begins at 8:30 am.
Many times, during a DWI arrest, the police officer may include additional criminal charges. In addition to providing representation for DWI and DUI, our Monroe DWI lawyers defend clients with other criminal charges such as reckless driving, possession of marijuana, careless operation of a vehicle, improper lane use, no license, hit and run, disturbing the peace, resisting an officer, possession of drugs, criminal damage to property, flight from an officer, theft, and more. Our lawyers can help with all types of criminal cases in Ouachita Parish.