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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: If a lawyer admitted to the state bar but never to federal court represented you, is your conviction valid?

I hired a former district attorney to represent me in a federal criminal matter. He did not disclose to me that he was not admitted to practice in federal court. In reviewing my file for appeal I found a notice from the Government to the Court stating that he was not admitted to practice. Neither... Read more »

Charles William Michaels
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Charles William Michaels
answered on Jul 1, 2022

Yes.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Gov & Administrative Law and Civil Rights for Louisiana on
Q: How can a person go 2 jail for a criminal state case and while still incarcerated it becomes a criminal federal case?

If you have fed charges where is the proof, the story?Can u be taken from your parish facility &!driven to a FED facility by regular police by regular city officers & Be held there for over 1 year & never go to court?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Environmental and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Is it illegal to kill someone else's plants in their yard with motor oil?

II have a former subcontractor who showed up in the night unannounced and poured motor oil on a large number of rare plants I own. It killed them all. Is this a crime in Louisiana? What can I do as recourse. It wiped out years of work and thousands of dollars.

2 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: If on felony probation, can you be revoked for a positive marijuana drug screen even with a prescribed medical card?
Joseph Aaron Bondy
Joseph Aaron Bondy
answered on May 18, 2022

You should consider requesting early termination of supervised release—which is what I believe you mean by “federal probation,” as the health issue requiring you to possess a medical cannabis card is likely a “new or unforeseen circumstance,” that makes early termination appropriate when... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Securities Law for Louisiana on
Q: If I can follow someone who stole/scammed me out of my BTC currency is there a way of getting back?

I was scammed by someone who claimed to be working as a broker for Bitmap cryptocurrency. I found out once they told me whoops I gave you too much money can you please send me back this much through cash app. I was like oh man this is a freaking scam thing it so I am out at $2000 so far with them

Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Feb 5, 2022

You can report the crime to the FBI

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Can i own a gun in Louisiana if i was aressted for 2 charges but was only convicted 1 charge

I got both charges at the same time The first was simp posess of cds1 marijuana the other was a firearm in the presence of narcotics but was not covicted nor brought up in court on the felony charge the DA said i have a cds1 charge n that i had other stuff but wasnt going to worry about it in the... Read more »

J. Heath Dillon
J. Heath Dillon
answered on Jan 29, 2022

Depends. Need more information. Were you convicted of a felony for possession of CDS I, or a misdemeanor? If a felony, what was your sentence and when did you fully complete that sentence (including completion of all probation or parole from that sentence)? La. R.S. 14:95.1 might prohibit your... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Juvenile Law for Louisiana on
Q: If the defendant is charged with felony carnal knowledge but has no prior criminal charges, will he/she be shown liency?

The defendant is 22 with a 16 year old. The defendant was charged with felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile. The defendant has no prior criminal charges. The sexual contact was oral only.

Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Jan 26, 2022

The defendant needs to hire a criminal lawyer.

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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Consumer Law and Real Estate Law for Louisiana on
Q: Can You name institutions or addresses in Louisiana or internet for expropriation in Chicago?

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

my girlfriend living in Louisiana inherits a piece of land in Chicago that the city or state of Illinois wants to expropriate to build a school on.

As I understand it, the court is asking my girlfriend to receive $36,000 as compensation for the inheritance... Read more »

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Jan 17, 2022

You will eventually need an attorney in Chicago if this matter goes to litigation but you may also want a Louisiana atty to assist you with this---use the Justia FIND A LAWYER tab and search for Chicago and Louisiana expropriation attorneys--contact/consult with a few of them ad then hire the one... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Can a employee sue another employee and/or owner if said employee is drunk and has a knife, guns and alcohol on him?

Said employee has all these things on his person everyday on company property. He has also been seen by other employees. When brought to the owners attention, she said she knows about it. This is a paint and body shop. Said employee is an office person that also walks through the entire shop, works... Read more »

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Jan 6, 2022

What are your goals in this? I would recommend that you contact an attorney in your area and have a consult to specifically discuss this ----what's going on at work and what you seek from asserting a complaint/lawsuit---and then decide the best way to proceed. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Yes ok the police here in winnfield Louisiana are threatning me with 11 counts of mail fraud to get me to go to someo

And get them to either confess to a murder or tell who did it plzz what can I do.

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Jan 5, 2022

What can you do? The first thing you need to do is contact a criminal defense lawyer in your area or expanded area, meet with him, and secure representation so that you do not get railroaded. Good luck.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Criminal Law, Education Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Please contact me about my rights with law enforcement and judges.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Dec 2, 2021

Your question is way to vague to answer. Call a criminal lawyer

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Domestic Violence and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: My boyfriend has a criminal attorney already and he and I wanna get married and the state of Louisiana

Has a criminal protective order put out on him on my behalf is it possible to get a peace bond so we can marry each other

Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko
answered on Sep 21, 2021

Even generally, unless that Order of Protection is removed then technically that groom does not have any legal right to make any proximal physical contact with you, let alone marrying you, per terms and conditions of that order.

Have his attorney provide a better way to handle that correctly.

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Stockbroker Fraud and Trademark for Louisiana on
Q: Can you sue Robinhood for outages during an all-time high on funds for fraudulence activity and negligence, if any more?

Recently I invested $1000 into Dogecoin as it was at its lowest of 0.19 and just today this cryptocurrency has just reached its all-time high of 0.60. And because of the surge of this high buying for Dogecoin, Robinhood's crypto services went out and I couldn't sell nor buy during this... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on May 5, 2021

Sure, anyone can sue anyone else; so f you have $400,000 I am sure you can find a bunch of security lawyers willing to try to slay a giant. But you need to forget about "bribery" and "string-attached manipulation."

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: Got offered a plea deal of 2 years hard labor,suspended,3 years adult supervised probation! Does that mean I go to jail?

Does this mean I go to jail or just get probation?

Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Apr 28, 2021

This means you do NOT go to jail unless you violate the 3 years of probation. If you do violate the terms of your probation, you go to jail for 2 years.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Louisiana on
Q: I was offered a plea deal and it was this” 2 years hard labor suspended 3 years active supervised probation”.

Does that mean I have to go to jail or prison?

Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
answered on Apr 27, 2021

Do you have an attorney representing you? If so, then you need to ask her these questions and your options? That said, if what you write is accurate, then you do not go to jail unless during your probation of 3 years you are revoked which case you then have to sere your jail time. But... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Cannabis & Marijuana Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: I was offered a plea deal that says 2 years hard labor suspended 3 years ASP. WHAT DOES THAT MEAN EXACTLY
J. Heath Dillon
J. Heath Dillon
answered on Apr 26, 2021

It means that you would be sentenced to 2 years prison with LA Department of Corrections, at hard labor. That prison sentence would be suspended (put on hold) and not served. You would be placed on 3 years adult supervised probation. There would be normal conditions of that probation. If you... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Juvenile Law for Louisiana on
Q: can a carnal knowledge of a Juvenile felon be dropped to a misdemeanor in trial?the girl put in paper she lied about age
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Jan 14, 2021

Her lying is not a defense,

But it is mitigating

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Education Law, Federal Crimes and Personal Injury for Louisiana on
Q: Can I sue a local school district for poisoning my food as a child? I might have proof of substance abuse.

Well, as a child growing up, I really didn't have too much serious health issues in which alerted me even more. My dreams were to be an athlete and play in the percussion section in my school Band. My basketball ball dreams were crushed not only because how expensive the gear and fee's... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jan 10, 2021

A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general observation, based on your description, it looks like it would be a difficult case. You're talking about gastrointestinal and muscle spasm symptoms, some of which were of a fleeting nature.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Louisiana on
Q: is thete

is there anyway to get 4year stalking 28 year marriage thru text sentence suspended or no j~il time after wearing a monitor for a year before court never been in jail before this

Ellen Cronin Badeaux
Ellen Cronin Badeaux
answered on Dec 12, 2020

Your question is not clear or in complete sentences. Call a criminal lawyer.

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