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What is federal conspiracy?

Citizens throughout the state of Louisiana and the rest of the nation can be charged with federal conspiracy if they make an agreement with another person or organization to commit a criminal act. The party may not have committed the act. In fact, the government...

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Are Louisiana roadways dangerous?

Unfortunately, many roads in Louisiana come with hazards, and avoiding the most dangerous roads might not always be possible. Sometimes, drivers may face added dangers from road conditions and negligent drivers. Injuries and worse may arise when commuting in...

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The False Statements Act of 1996

Federal law prohibits the dissemination of "false statements," which it has defined in its criminal statutes. Since the False Statements Act of 1996 is a federal law, it applies to residents of Louisiana and all other states. Take a look at the term, the act that...

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Felony conviction and its effects

To anyone facing a felony conviction in Louisiana, it is highly likely that your first thought is about how long your prison time will be. Many people also think about their future after serving their time. Unfortunately, life after a felony conviction is not an easy...

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CDC studies distracted driving trends

The National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, an agency under the CDC, says that 2,841 people died in 2018 as a result of distracted driving. What Louisiana residents should know is that while this marks a decrease from the 3,526 who died in 2015, it's still...

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