The Law Office of Joshua S. Guillory, LLC - Limited Liability Company
It's your life. Call someone you can count on.
Email Joshua Guillory

June 2014 Archives

Louisiana's unreasonable standard for exoneree compensation

Wrongful conviction continues to be one of the most pressing problems facing the U.S. criminal justice system. In recent years, the Innocence Project and other advocacy groups have helped exonerate numerous individuals who spent decades in prison for crimes they didn’t commit.

Louisiana woman wrongfully arrested twice by law enforcement

Law enforcement officers are not always the brilliant investigators often seen on television. To be sure, there are very capable detectives and officers doing good investigative work every day. And even the best among law enforcement can make honest mistakes that lead to wrongful arrests and wrongful convictions.

How social media may be destroying the idea of an impartial jury

We are told that we have the right to a fair trial, but what makes a trial fair? In the case of jury trials, one very important aspect is to have jurors who are impartial. But finding such jurors is becoming increasingly difficult in a world of social media and 24-hour news.

Recorded interrogations will now be required at the F.B.I.

Groups like the Innocence Project have identified false confessions as one of leading causes of wrongful conviction. Most juries become convinced of a suspect’s guilt when prosecutors say they have proof that the suspect confessed to an alleged crime during interviews with law enforcement.

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

Joshua S. Guillory

Email us

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy