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Can You Be Prosecuted for Shoplifting After Leaving the Store?

Can You Be Prosecuted for Shoplifting After Leaving the Store? Shoplifting may seem like a low-level crime committed mostly by rebellious teenagers, but the Louisiana state statute considers it to be a severe offense. Getting caught and charged with shoplifting in Louisiana can mean facing fines and even jail time. Even still, many people have […]

Theft vs Robbery in Louisiana: The Key Differences Explained

Theft vs Robbery in Louisiana: The Key Differences Explained Theft and robbery both involve stealing something that doesn’t belong to you. But did you know that Louisana law distinguishes between the two acts? The Louisiana Criminal Code deals with the differences between theft vs. robbery beginning in Section 14:01. While there are plenty of nuances […]

How to Bail Someone Out of Jail in Louisiana

How to Bail Someone Out of Jail in Louisiana Bail Bond Process It can be very stressful when a friend or family member lands in prison. Many people don’t even know the first step to getting someone out. In truth, there are many factors to consider when getting someone out of jail and that’s what […]

Guide: Louisiana Criminal Law Terms

Guide: Louisiana Criminal Law Terms Accessory after the fact – a person who aids or hides another person whom he believes to have committed a felony offense when the accessory intends that the offender escape prosecution. Accomplice – a person who knowingly consents and engages in criminal conduct with another. Acquittal – dismissal of the charge by the […]

St. Tammany Parish Jail: Guidelines You Need to Follow

St. Tammany Parish Jail: Guidelines You Need to Follow Is your friend or family member detained pending trial in St. Tammany? All things considered, there is just one place where persons awaiting trial or sentencing are held in St. Tammany; The St. Tammany Parish jail.  St. Tammany Parish’s Jail is a parish detention center situated […]

DWI Court Process After an Arrest in Louisiana

DWI Court Process After an Arrest in Louisiana Louisiana is often described by many as a wonderful place to live. Regardless of the parish which you find yourself in, you would still surely have a good reason to love the city. However, if there is one thing that they are strict about and rightly so […]

DWI in Louisiana: 10 Things You Must Know

DWI in Louisiana: 10 Things You Must Know Barkemeyer Law Firm defends clients in all parishes and cities in Louisiana who have been arrested for misdemeanor DWI and felony-grade DUI. The firm includes experienced and skilled Louisiana DWI lawyers who keep up with the ever-changing laws regarding Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated in Louisiana. See the list […]

What’s the Difference Between DWI and DUI in Louisiana?

What’s the Difference Between DWI and DUI in Louisiana? DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) and DUI (Driving Under the Influence) are the identical charge in Louisiana. Depending on the state, some refer to the charge as DWI and some refer to it as DUI or even OUI or OWI. The technical language used in Louisiana is found in […]

DWI Third & Fourth Offense in Louisiana

DWI Third & Fourth Offense in Louisiana Lawyer for Felony DWI in Louisiana Felony offense DWI in Louisiana is a very serious matter that requires that assistance of counsel that practices in this area regularly and is experienced in how to defend felony DWI cases in Louisiana. Our Louisiana DWI lawyers at he Barkemeyer Law Firm have […]

Underage DWI Lawyer In Louisiana

Underage DWI Lawyer in Louisiana When the operator of a motor vehicle is believed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs and he is under the age of twenty-one (21), he may be arrested and charged with Underage DWI.  Underage DWI is a separate statute that regular DWI.  Underage DWI or DUI A […]

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