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September 2013 Archives

Case in neighboring state shows severity of DUI conviction

Residents here in Louisiana hardly need reminding of how severe DUI penalties can be in our state. Aside from paying hefty fines, drivers can also lose their driving privileges as well. But as the old saying goes, we often learn more about our own laws by looking at those in other states. That's why we wanted to take a look at a case out of neighboring state this week and see how seriously other states take drunk driving accusations.

Rules to revise minimum sentencing rules put before Congress

One of the great issues of the criminal justice system is excessive incarceration. This term refers to a person receiving a jail sentence that is far longer and more harsh than the crime allegedly committed. The two simply do not equate; and as a result, many people are locked away for long periods of time for relatively innocuous crimes. This is especially true of drug crimes, which are treated as heinous acts.

Ex-motel owner pleads guilty to tax fraud charges

Louisiana residents who run afoul of the Internal Revenue Service need to mount a strong defense if they hope to emerge relatively unscathed. One former motel owner might serve as a cautionary tale; he recently admitted in a New Orleans court that he didn't report about $1.4 million in income over a three-year period.

Meet Attorney Guillory

Attorney Joshua S. Guillory was born in Alexandria, Louisiana. Upon graduating high school from Alexandria Senior High, he enrolled in classes at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. Josh was a member of Mu Kappa Tau, a national honor society for marketing majors, while attending... Read More

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