What is Boykinization?

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New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — Criminal Defense Attorney New Orleans Serving Clients in Orleans Parish, St. Tammany Parish, St. John Parish, St. James Parish, St. Bernard Parish, St. Charles Parish, Assumption Parish, Tangipahoa Parish, Terrebonne Parish, Plaquemines Parish and Jefferson Parish.   Boykinization is a term sometimes used to… Read more »

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Case On Child Porn Victim Restitution

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Child Pornography Defense New Orleans   Elizabeth B. Carpenter — New Orleans Criminal Attorney   If you are facing a Sex Crime charge in Louisiana for Possession, Production, Distribution of Pornography Involving Juveniles, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced New Orleans Sex Crime Defense Attorney.  American culture has created a witch hunt atmosphere for those accused of… Read more »

United States Supreme Court Cases To Follow This Week — Criminal Defense Attorney New Orleans

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By: Elizabeth B Carpenter New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — New Orleans Premiere Criminal Defense Attorney   Serving Clients in Orleans Parish, St. Tammany Parish, St. John Parish, St. James Parish, St. Bernard Parish, St. Charles Parish, Assumption Parish, Tangipahoa Parish, Terrebonne Parish, Plaquemines Parish and Jefferson Parish.   The… Read more »

Supreme Court Declares Life Without Parole Unconstitutional — New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney

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Criminal Defense Attorney New Orleans   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. – Serving clients in Orleans, Jefferson, Terrebonne, Tangipahoa, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. Tammany, St. John, Assumption and Plaquemines Parishes.     Life-without-parole sentences for juveniles declared unconstitutional by Supreme Court The Times-Picayune   Life-without-parole sentences for juveniles are unconstitutional, according to a 5-4 opinionMonday morning from… Read more »

Another New York Times Piece Regarding Prosecutorial Misconduct in the New Orleans DA Office: In Re Smith v. Cain

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New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. —  Criminal Defense Lawyer Fighting for Justice.   Last week, I covered the current U.S. Supreme Court Case, Smith v. Cain.  I think that it is very important for Louisiana residents to know and understand what has been going on for YEARS in the Orleans Parish… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Police Interrogations

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  Frequently Asked Questions About Police Interrogations Elizabeth B. Carpenter — New Orleans Criminal Attorney   Do I have to answer questions if the police stop me while I am walking on the street? The police can stop a person when they have good faith belief that the person was involved in a crime –… Read more »