January 2018 Archives

Criminal defense: Realtor charged in Louisiana beating death

It is often difficult to predict how someone might react when faced with a perceived threat. While some people might run for help, others might fight to protect themselves Regardless of the potential for someone to take action to protect him or herself, police officers in Louisiana believe that the recent death of a man was murder. It is unclear how they determined that the man charged was not acting in self-defense. The defendant in the case is likely considering his criminal defense.

Joint custody can go smoother when parents avoid behaviors

Joint custody can be a challenge for even the most amicable of divorcing Louisiana parents. Arranging the time spent between each parent and child can be tricky. Sometimes, conquering the tricks of shared parenting may depend on things parents can avoid doing more so than what they need to do.

3 men in Louisiana face drug charges after paying bill

There are many people in Louisiana who want to ensure that their financial obligations are met. For most, this includes paying their bills. Unfortunately, a trip to pay a bill ultimately resulted in an arrest in Louisiana recently. The three people arrested now face drug charges.

Criminal defense: Louisiana man accused of attacking ex's friend

The end of a relationship can be filled with animosity and contention. Often, one or both parties may have difficulty transitioning to the next stage of their lives. However, most of this difficulty lies in the individual's emotional response to the event. Despite this, police claim that a man in Louisiana attacked his ex-girlfriend's friend at her apartment. The ex-boyfriend now faces several criminal charges and may be considering his criminal defense.

Drunk driving allegations follow fatal Louisiana crash

Car accidents can occur before drivers even have an opportunity to react. They happen for a variety of reasons, many of which are simple driver error. Unfortunately, police in Louisiana believe that a recent fatal crash was caused by a driver who was drunk driving at the time.

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