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Alcohol During Mardi Gras: Laws You Need to Know

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With Mardi Gras and more than 130 festivals each year, it’s understandable why the New Orleans police often have the reputation for being more tolerant regarding “public nuisance” violations. Yet even with relaxed alcohol laws […]

French Quarter App Helps Curb Crime

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Crime is a serious problem in any large city. Technology is changing to help the average user contact police in an efficient manner. A new application available to New Orleanians may make reporting criminal activity […]

Open Container Law Allows Alcohol in Public

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In New Orleans, having an adult beverage in public is permissible if it is in a plastic container. Glass containers are forbidden due to the hazard they cause if the container breaks. If there is […]

Why Short Term Rental Landlords May Need a Criminal Defense Attorney

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Short term rentals prove to be a point of contention in cities across the nation. In many areas, including New Orleans, these tenancies are considered illegal for those who don’t have a license to operate […]

Mardi Gras Do’s and Dont’s: Traffic and Municipal Court

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