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Warrant Required for GPS Tracking of Automobile

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled in late October in the case of U.S. v. Katzin that law enforcement officers must have a valid warrant before installing a GPS device on the vehicle of a criminal suspect.

Hiring an Attorney for a Minor in Possession Ticket

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Minor in Possession of Alcohol in the city of New Orleans is a misdemeanor offense requiring a court appearance, and carrying potentially serious consequences for a person’s long-term criminal record if convicted. But a good lawyer can help you get a MIP in New Orleans dismissed.

Video from Orleans Parish Prison Shows Alcohol, Drugs and Guns

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Inmates in Orleans Parish Prison were the stars of a shocking video shown in Federal court in New Orleans on Tuesday. The video was shown during a hearing in connection with the proposed consent decree over the troubled Orleans Parish Prison system, and it showed instances of drug and alcohol use, as well as possession of at least one loaded weapon inside the jail.

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..

Using Technology in Criminal Cases

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I had the privilege last Friday to give a presentation on the use of technology in criminal cases to the annual meeting of the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.

Rather than a step-by-step guide on […]

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