While it might seem convenient to drive drunk, you have to think about all the consequences of DWI. Call us today if you find yourself in this predicament.
Can you refuse a breathalyzer test to avoid having the cops find out that you were driving under the influence? Read more to find out how to handle this situation.
Considering how common drug-related cases are, many of you may want to how to get drug charges expunged from your record. Here’s what drug convictions can be expunged.
Theft in Louisiana can be treated as both a felony and a misdemeanor, depending on the circumstance and situation. If you need representation, contact us today.
It can be difficult to remember what to do when asked to take a breathalyzer test. Read more on things to know when facing this position after being pulled over.
A person with theft charges in Louisiana must speak with a criminal defense attorney immediately. Even misdemeanors could have long-term effects.
Many people may not know that a conviction or arrest could possibly be expunged from their record. If you need an expungement in Louisiana, contact us today.
Both DUI and DWI seem to characterize the same situation, though there are key differences every driver should know since it will impact the severity of your arrest.
Considering how serious a DUI or DWI charge can be? Christopher Stahl can represent you as one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Crimes are often classified into infractions, misdemeanors, or felonies, with infractions being the least serious and felonies being the most serious offenses.