Obstruction Of A Highway Of Commerce — Louisiana Law

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  What is criminal Obstruction of a Highway? The crime Obstruction of a Highway can be either a felony or misdemeanor in the state of Louisiana.  The difference between the two offenses is that human life might be endangered in the felony offense, while there is not threat to human life in the misdemeanor offense…. Read more »

Probation Attorney — Jefferson Parish

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New Orleans Probation Revocation Attorney   Attorney Elizabeth B. Carpenter Represents Clients Who Have Been Accused of Violating Probation in Jefferson Parish.   Serving Metairie and Gretna!   If you or a loved one has been accused of violating the terms of probation, your probation office will probably file a Rule to Revoke Probation.  It… Read more »

Use Of Forged Academic Records — Louisiana Law

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  Use Of Forged Academic Records — La. R.S.  14:72.1   A.  A “forged academic record” shall mean a transcript, diploma, grade report, or similar document which is presented as being a bona fide record of an institution of secondary or higher education, but which is, in fact, false, forged, altered, or counterfeit. B.  “Use… Read more »

Model Glue – Use and Abuse of Inhalants — Unlawful Sale to Minors — Louisiana Law

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    Model Glue; Use of; Abuse of Toxic Vapors; Unlawful Sales to Minors; Penalties — La.R.S. 14:93.1   It shall be unlawful for any person to intentionally smell or inhale the fumes of any type of model glue or toxic vapors for the purpose of causing a condition of or inducing symptoms of intoxication,… Read more »

Aggravated Crimes Against Nature — Louisiana Law

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     AGGRAVATED CRIMES AGAINST NATURE — La.R.S. 14:89.1   Aggravated crime against nature is crime against nature committed under any one or more of the following circumstances: (1)  When the victim resists the act to the utmost, but such resistance is overcome by force; (2)  When the victim is prevented from resisting the act… Read more »

Use of Controlled Dangerous Substances in the Presence of Person Under Age Seventeen — Louisiana

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  New Orleans Drug Crimes Defense Attorney     Illegal Use of Controlled Dangerous Substances in the Presence of Persons Under Seventeen Years of Age — La.R.S. 14: 91.13   It shall be unlawful for any person over the age of seventeen, while in the presence of any person under the age of seventeen and… Read more »