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 »
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 »
Why would a criminal defense attorney wait 40 days after the attorney client contract signed and the client paid $1000 retainer file motion to enroll as counsel 40 days after the attorney contract signed and having been paid 1000. I’m looking at the records for my case and the motion to enroll... Read more »
I was told that due to my circumstances no warrant would be issued and 4 years later the Sheriff says he does not remember our conversation and has no documents to that effect. Can I take care of this while in another state? They knew prior to the court date that I was moving for work and assured... Read more »
The state of the law in this area is not settled. The Supreme Court of Louisiana ruled in Oct '20 that requiring offenders to have such stamps was not legal. On Friday, 11 Dec 20, Louisiana filed a petition with the US Supreme Court asking that this ruling be stayed and that the Supreme...Read more »
I saw data that spoke vaguely about attempt simple arson and how it was placed in effect in July 2007, was that the first time that the law was implemented or was it an amendment from a greater charge?
Under no circumstances will my spouse attend any form of counseling unless it is mandated. I am married and reside in Louisiana, due to our faith, divorce is not an option; however, the verbal/mental & occasional physical abuse is a major issue & follows the same pattern (we discuss it... Read more »
No, both parties need not agree under LA C.Cr.P. Article 713 on the need for a continuance based on peremptory grounds. Such grounds only exist, however, when one party can show that despite due diligence they have been unable to obtain necessary evidence and need more time to do so or a necessary...Read more »
The 16 year old is a resident at the house and allowed my son into the the house. The parents claim they can pursue legal action because they own the house and did not know he was there. If the 16 year old let my son in without their consent was he legally allowed to be there sense the 16 year old... Read more »
She is in an abusive home with her dad and stepmom, but her dad has a lot of money. Like a lot. She says that on her 18th birthday she is going to leave to live with her mom and her dad told her that if she left then he would have her and her mother arrested. Legally, can he do that? She is still a... Read more »
BRPD served a search warrant on my house in 2005. They did not find anything near what their informants had said they'd find but they charged me with several exaggerated charges plus one charge that was outright unfounded. I took a plea deal to simple possession of hydrocodone. The judge gave... Read more »
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