Be Prepared for a Thorough Search at Jazz Fest

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New Orleans Jazz FestPhoto by Sailn1 – Wikimedia Commons

In the wake of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, several local outdoor events have issued statements relating to heightened security concerns and plans. […]

“Law Blogs” Comments on NOLA Criminal Law

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In a post for Law Blogs, called Five Questions Series: Fascinating Insight from Successful Law Bloggers, Emily Durand-Wood writes about my good friend Ernie Svenson’s new book, Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers, and a series he has […]

Inside Tips to Avoid Arrest at the Super Bowl and Mardi Gras

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It’s “Super Gras” in New Orleans – the Super Bowl and Mardi Gras all rolled into one. And when it’s crazy around town, one thing is sure to happen – people are going to get arrested..

In the New Orleans Saints Bounty Scandal, Evidence Mattered

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Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced on Tuesday that all suspensions and penalties for Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and defensive end Will Smith, along with former linebacker Scott Fujita and defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove, have been vacated.

In vacating the […]

Dallas Cowboy Player Charged with Manslaughter

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The Associated Press has reported that Dallas Cowboys practice-squad linebacker Jerry Brown was killed in a one-car accident Saturday, and teammate Josh Brent was charged with manslaughter in connection with his death. Brent was speeding when […]

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