Negligent Injuring Law — Louisiana

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Negligent Injuring — La R.S. 14:39

Negligent injuring is either of the following:

(1) The inflicting of any injury upon the person of another by criminal negligence.

(2) The inflicting of any injury upon the person of another by a dog or other animal when the owner of the dog or other animal is reckless and criminally negligent in confining or restraining the dog or other animal.

The violation of a statute or ordinance shall be considered only as presumptive evidence of such negligence.

 

Penalty

Whoever commits the crime of negligent injuring shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars, or imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.

 

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Legal Representation

If you or someone you know has been charged with Negligent Injuring in Southeast Louisiana, you need a reliable Criminal Defense Attorney from New Orleans on your side. Contact attorney Elizabeth B. Carpenter for a consultation.

 

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