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April 2014 Archives

Louisiana man faces assault allegations

They say that everyone has a doppelganger. If this is true, it could explain in part why sometimes the wrong people are initially identified in crimes. In one possible case of mistaken identity, a Franklin man who is now a student at Texas A&M was identified in a photo lineup by three different witnesses as the man who attacked a Rice student. The allegations are not the end of the story, though.

Suspected drunk drivers tested without warrant or consent

One constitutional right that has been getting national attention as of late is the Fourth Amendment. In many situations, it protects citizens from warrantless searches. What that means exactly has come under debate, with some believing it does not prohibit testing those suspected of driving while intoxicated without a warrant or their consent. This testing can come in the form of a breath test or even a blood draw.

Louisiana politicians face embezzlement and other charges

There is a popular television show that makes white collar crimes look exciting. It also makes the pursuit of the people behind the crimes look adventurous. But, in real life, being accused of a white collar crime is anything but exciting, and there is nothing adventurous about being investigated due to the accusation.

Louisiana driver eats marijuana, charged with evidence tampering

Legislation around usage, possession and distribution of marijuana in the U.S. is in a state of flux. Medical use of marijuana has been legalized in a number of states, and two states have now decriminalized recreational use of the plant.

Teen in custody after gunshots kill 3 at birthday party in Baker

When a teenager organizes a party for her birthday with the help of her family and friends, she usually has good reason to believe it will be a success. Little did one Louisiana birthday girl suspect that her special evening would result in three people being killed and criminal charges for one of the teenage guests.

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