Fighting Back Against Online Harassment

  Defending Yourself Against Online Harassment Recently I spoke to high school educators and support staff on the topic of bullying, with emphasis on cyber-bullying. With each passing year since the advent of the Internet, cyber-bullying has become more and more common among today’s youths, particularly among junior high and high school students who have greater access to online tools than elementary-level kids. Cyber-bullying can result in juvenile prosecutions but more often than not, if reported, problems are handled internally within school systems or sorted out by the parents of those involved.   Just as cyber-bullying has become a fast-growing [...]

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Computer Crimes Involving Juveniles — Louisiana

New Orleans Sex Crime Defense Attorney    If you or a loved one has been accused of a Sex Crime Involving a Juvenile, you should contact a Sex Crime Defense Attorney in Louisiana as soon as possible.   Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law.   Ms. Carpenter is dedicated to defending and protecting the rights of those accused of Sex Crimes.  We are here to help you, not judge you!   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.    Computer Crimes Involving Juveniles [...]

Louisiana Cyberbullying Laws

  New Orleans Cyber Bullying Defense Attorney   Cyberbullying -- La R.S. 14:40.7 Cyberbullying is the transmission of any electronic communication with the malicious and willful intent to abuse, torment, or intimidate a person under the age of  18 The offense will be deemed committed where the communication was originally sent, originally received, or originally viewed by any person. Whoever commits the crime of cyberbullying shall be fined not more than $500.00, imprisoned for 0 to 6 months, or both.  Except, When the offender is under the age of 17, the laws of the Louisiana Children's Code will govern the [...]

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