March 2018 Archives

Criminal defense for man accused of attempted kidnapping

A Louisiana man is in custody after being accused of attempting to kidnap two children in a marketplace. Accusations involving potential harm to children is serious and can be frightening for the accused. As he faces these allegations, he is likely considering his criminal defense options as he waits to appear in court.

What you should know about expunging juvenile records

Juvenile offenses and the juvenile justice system - that is, crimes and the legal system for minors under the age of 18 - do not function in the same way as the adult court system. There are different laws governing these offenses and courts that do not correspond to the way adult crimes make their way through the system.

Criminal defense next for son accused of stabbing parents

Every family experiences issues behind closed doors that are rarely presented in the public eye. When tempers flare, words are typically said and sometimes actions are involved that are soon regretted. However, in a family spat, there is always more than one side of the story to be told. Under the heat of a moment, allegedly a Louisiana man recently stabbed his parents in their family home, leading him to contemplate his criminal defense options.

Criminal defense for animal cruelty

Owning an animal as a pet can bring comfort and enjoyment into a home. One Louisiana woman enjoyed pets so much that she took in any animal that needed a home. Consequently, this brought in many animals living under her roof and also resulted in her being accused of animal cruelty. Facing these allegations can be frightening, especially if the defendant has good intentions. As she waits to appear in court, she is likely considering her criminal defense options in this case.

Criminal defense: Young man accused following mother's death

A family's dynamics can often be complicated and difficult for those who are outside of the family's circle to understand. Regardless of how obvious a family's arguments may seem, no one outside of the home is likely to fully understand the circumstances in their entirety. Unfortunately, police are working to put together a picture of an incident in Louisiana that has likely left one man wondering about his criminal defense.

For a free initial consultation, contact our Louisiana law firm online today or call 337-433-4405 to speak with one of the firm's talented attorneys.

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Lake Charles, LA 70601

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