It depends on the amount of the taking or the loss-----I believe the law has changed such that if the amount of the taking or the loss is less than $1,000, then it is a misdemeanor and if it is $1,000 or more, then it is a felony. Also, if one has prior theft type convictions, then it is possible...Read more »
I know the law states “without invitation” but if the person has serious mental issues how are they able to offer invitation? And the person they contact continues to accept call and repeatedly continues to tell them things that triggers them to have episodes
I live in New Orleans, and often when I'm walking within a clearly marked crosswalk, vehicles will slow down just enough so that they could brake hard to avoid hitting me if I keep walking but are clearly maintaining enough speed to try to intimidate me into not continuing on. Isn't this... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Assault can be both a civil offense and crime. Under common law tort principles (not state-specific, but GENERAL principles), one could argue assault in the civil sense in terms of placing one in fear of imminent...Read more »
But they weren't recording themselves but you now my wife told me she would shoot me while I'm sleeping because she was trying to get me to put my hands on her so I can get arrested and go to jail but I told her I have a gun too and I'll shoot you in the face which we say stuff like... Read more »
La. R.S. 14:56D is a felony crime. Do not post the facts or your version on a public forum because it can be considered as a statement by you. I suggest you contact a few criminal defense lawyers in Louisiana and hire the one with whom you are most comfortable. Many criminal defense lawyers...Read more »
Mom.was stoped they have her a ticket for no dl and exp inspection three days later we hear from folks at the store the cop telling people she got 9 felony drug posseeion charges even put it in paper. Now they took her prescription pill bottke that she had a few vitamins and blood pressure pills... Read more »
I was arrested a while back for marijuana possession and went through a diversion program and the arrest was expunged. What should I do if I forgot to disclose that in filing for a permit with the Mississippi State gaming association as part of an internal auditor application?
My boyfriend was screaming at me in my face while I was holding our 3 month old baby and I kept telling him to back up and get out my face but he wouldn't so I slapped him with my child in my arms. As soon as I did that I did lay my child down in her bed because even after that he still didnt... Read more »
Expungement costs are not set by the court so the total fee you are charged can vary attorney to attorney, however there are set court fees that can be pricey. You can seek to proceed with the expungement in forma pauperis, which may reduce the court fee itself possibly giving you a break on the...Read more »
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.
I had left my 3 year old son alone in car with AC on, a tablet to play with but I had the key inside and driver's side unlocked. I went for about 10 minutes. Some people saw him, called the cops and brought him out of the car. I came out and saw him with them. It really was stupid of me. I... Read more »
I have a misdemeanor from 2004 for unlawful alcohol sale and I just got reinstated no arrest for pretrial for Medicaid fraud. I was told my name will stay on the list ten years. Can I get my records clear or do I have to wait ten years?
Your question is not clear. I guess you are trying to say your license to sell alcohol has been reinstated. "No arrest for pretrial for Medicaid fraud", means what? Does that mean you are out on bond with a misdemeanor charge pending? Call a criminal attorney to clarify your question.
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