Keep Calm – Let Hillman Handle It!
Most violations of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substance Law are classified as felonies under Louisiana law, except for possession of marijuana, first and second offense, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Our office regularly fields questions surrounding a violation of Louisiana’s Driving While Intoxicated laws. Although a DWI first and second offense are both misdemeanor offenses, the implications are quite serious. Even the arrest for a DWI, not the conviction, can result of the suspension of your driving privileges and an increase in insurance premiums.
Being charged with a felony offense carries a high level of stress and trauma for most individuals. The reality is a conviction can lead to the loss of freedom, the greatest right in the land of the free.
In the Arklatex, with the onslaught of our casinos and our tourism industry booming, many visitors find themselves immersed in the “laissez les bon temps roulez, let the good time roll, spirit of our city.
Facing a sex offense generally causes complete upheaval in a person’s life. There are two major battles they face, the stigmatism of being charged with a sex crime as well as the criminal preceding required to defend yourself.