Dress for Success

Posted on by Townsend Myers

There are many small things we as a society can do that add up to have a big impact on curbing crime. And for starters, we need to recognize that all crimes are not equal […]

Embarrassing Facebook Status Update

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On August 1, 2012 a Louisiana law requiring sex offenders to identify themselves on social networks – specifically Facebook – goes into effect. This law mandates that a sex offender includes “notice of the crime […]

Is New Orleans Crime in Trouble?

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The Metropolitan Crime Commission has issued a new report on the state of New Orleans law enforcement in which there is good news plain for all to see. But there is also some some infuriating […]

How Long Can Our Legislators Stave Off the Zombies?

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You’ve all heard by now the absolutely insane news story about synthetic drugs creating cannibalistic zombies in Miami. Lucky for us here in Louisiana, we knew better. Way back in 2010, we banned the sale, […]

Debtor’s Prison Is Back

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The modern incarnation of debtor’s prison is this: it’s not the debt that lands you in jail… it’s the unpaid cost of the creditor’s lawsuits that land you there.

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