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DWI charges could cause an insurance headache

In Louisiana, a conviction for driving while intoxicated can lead to a number of unpleasant consequences. Even a first-time conviction could draw a six-month jail sentence and a fine of as much as $1,000. Moreover, you may also have your license suspended, and you could even have to have an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle. What's more, these possible penalties increase with every subsequent DWI conviction.

LSU professor faces charges of fraud and forgery

From the outside looking in, it may be hard for some people to understand why someone with a good career would put everything at risk by engaging in illicit activities in order to get some money. But in truth, there can be many motivating factors that could drive a person to commit fraudulent acts. But regardless of the reason, if you do commit acts of fraud to get money for personal use, you could face very serious charges.

What are the penalties for shoplifting in Louisiana?

Some people may think that a shoplifting charge is not particularly serious in nature. But make no mistake, if you are arrested for shoplifting, you could not only face a hefty fine but depending on the value of what was allegedly lifted, you may face imprisonment as well. In addition, you will have the arrest and conviction on your record, which could have a profound impact on your future.

You have rights if the police want to search your vehicle

There are few things in life that cause stress like being pulled over by the police. If you are driving and have to stop your vehicle to answer an officer's questions, you may feel intimidated. This anxiety is certainly justified if the officer is trying to determine if you are in possession of illegal narcotics.

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