January 2014 Archives

Louisiana criminal defense: Fisherman arrested for fish sales

A 30-year-old man was recently arrested for alleged violations of commercial fishing laws. The man was arrested in an undercover fish sting operation. Agents claim to have purchased poached redfish and speckled trout from the man, according to information released by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. The man will now require a criminal defense in order to seek the best possible outcome in his case.

Man arrested on drug charges in Louisiana

Recently, police in Louisiana arrested a man on drug charges during an undercover operation. Arresting officers allege that the 35-year-old man was engaged in the sale of various controlled substances, including crystal meth. Officers claim that they found substances with a street value of about $12,000 inside the man's home. Subsequently, police arrested the man on the drug charges.

10 arrested on drug charges in Louisiana sting operation

Ten different people were recently arrested on drug charges in Springhill. The arrests were made as a part of an undercover drug sting. According to law enforcement officials, a police informant offered Xanax bars and meth to various individuals, arranging for a meeting at a motel. Undercover agents completed the alleged drug deals, and then the arrests and drug charges were made.

Louisiana criminal defense: Man charged with crimes in 2 states

Police in Louisiana recently arrested a man on multiple charges of attempted murder. He was also charged with cocaine possession and illegal firearm possession. The man must now necessarily focus his attention on preparing a criminal defense against the allegations.

Man faces sex crime charges related to rape, porn in Louisiana

If an individual is charged with a sex crime, a range of emotions may flood the individual and the community. Local residents may feel violated and enraged, wanting the accused person to be brought to justice. Meanwhile, the accused person may feel anxious about the outcome of the case and seek to legally defend his or her rights. In the situation of sex crime charges, the state of Louisiana carries the burden to prove that the individual truly did engage in the illegal acts that resulted in the charges.

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