Identity Theft — Louisiana

by & filed under Crimes Defined, Criminal Statutes, Economic Crimes, Theft, White Collar Crime.

New Orleans White Collar Crime Defense Attorney   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — Louisiana Identity Theft Criminal Defense   Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law Firm has defended many individuals accused of Identity Theft.  If you are being charged with any White Collar or Economic Crime, contact our office for a consultation.  Our job is to protect your rights!   Identity… Read more »

Fraudulent Acquisition of a Rental Car or Other Motor Vehicle — Louisiana

by & filed under Crimes Defined, Criminal Statutes, White Collar Crime.

New Orleans White Collar Crime Defense Attorney   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — Louisiana Criminal Defense   Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law Firm has defended many individuals accused of Fraud involving a rental car.  If you are being charged with any White Collar or Economic Crime, contact our office for a consultation.  Our job is to protect your rights!  … Read more »

Credit Card Fraud By Persons Providing Goods and Services — Louisiana

by & filed under Crimes Defined, Criminal Statutes, Economic Crimes, White Collar Crime.

New Orleans White Collar Crime Attorney   Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — Louisiana Criminal Defense   Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law Firm has defended many individuals accused of Credit Card Fraud.  If you are being charged with any White Collar or Economic Crime, contact our office for a consultation.  Our job is to protect your rights!… Read more »

Failure to Pay Child Support — Louisiana

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  Failure To Pay Child Support Obligation — La R.S. 14:75 This law is also known as the “Deadbeat Parents Punishment Act of Louisiana” It is unlawful for an obligor to intentionally fail to pay a support obligation for any child who resides in the state of Louisiana, if such obligation has remained unpaid for… Read more »

Loansharking — Louisiana Laws

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  Loansharking Laws: New Orleans Loansharking Defense   Loansharking — La R.S.  14:511 A person is guilty of loansharking when he knowingly solicits, or receives any money or anything of value, including services, as interest or compensation for a loan, or as forbearance of any right to money or other property, at a rate exceeding… Read more »