There is an arrest made every three seconds in the United States. Louisiana arrest records can impact your ability to get or maintain work, your ability to find housing, establish credit, and more. If you are arrested, you will want Read more
Having arrest records can affect your future employment. Let’s talk about it. You have been eyeing on this one certain job for quite some time, and you think the time has come for you to grab the opportunity to get Read more
Each year, more than one million Americans are arrested for driving under the influence. Have you been arrested for a DWI? If so, you probably have some questions about how this affects your record now and in the future. After a Read more
If you want to know how long a DUI will stay on your record, you’re going to learn a lot from this post. Read more here!
It’s no secret that having a criminal record can make it difficult — sometimes even impossible — to find a steady job. Why let one mistake that you made in college dictate the course of your entire life? If you’ve Read more
In Title XXXIV of the Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure, Articles 971 — 986, the Louisiana expungement laws have undergone extensive amendments beginning today. The new expungement statute is It provides for more detailed provisions in an attempt to make the process Read more
The process required to remove a summons, arrest, and/or conviction in Louisiana is called an expungement. The motion for an expungement must be filed with the court. The judge must sign an order telling the various agencies to remove the Read more