Monthly Archives: September 2013

Grand standing in Washington Today

Grand standing in Washington Today……
 
 
Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, you are bound to be disconcerted as I am by the grand standing going on in Washington.  I realize that in by writing this Blog I am crossing into a mine field.  What is it that they say….never discuss religion or politics because […]

By |September 30th, 2013|National Headlines|0 Comments

The Attorney General Addresses Mandatory Minimum Sentences

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Attorney General Eric Holder  addressed the Congressional Black Caucus on Thursday,  September 19, and spoke eloquently concerning the “cycle of poverty, criminality and incarceration” plaguing communities he called “predominantly poor and of color.”  Mr. Holder stated that the system is broken and referred to some sentences as  “unfairly long” and “destabilizing”  due to the application […]

By |September 27th, 2013|Law Changes, Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

Youth Incarceration In Louisiana.

Youth Incarceration In Louisiana.
 
 
It appears that the rate of youth incarceration in Louisiana decreased  between 1997 and 2010.  A report recently released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation states that Louisiana’s 56 percent reduction in its youth incarceration rate was one of the most dramatic improvements in the country. Only Tennessee, Connecticut and Arizona experienced […]

By |September 26th, 2013|Legal News, New Orleans Local News|0 Comments

Three Consecutive Murder Cases Won

 

We are very proud of our court case out comes for the past few weeks. Our innocent clients had been charged with murder and we were able to prove their innocence in court.

Regan Law PLC  is a full-service law firm. We are dedicated to providing our clients with experienced representation.

Our areas of practice are as […]

By |September 23rd, 2013|Client Found Innocent|0 Comments

Like a lot of other baby boomers, I saw a young Cassius Clay morph into Mohammed Ali.

Like a lot of other baby boomers, I saw a young Cassius Clay morph into Mohammed Ali.
 There is no doubt that Ali ‘s personal story will forever be intertwined with the story of America during the period of time he was in the ring.  Ali was part of the civil rights and Vietnam dialogues that […]

By |September 23rd, 2013|People|0 Comments

“If you Do What You Love You Won’t Have Work A Day In Your Life!!” An Old Chinese Proverb Comes True…..

“If you Do What You Love You Won’t Have Work A Day In Your Life!!” An Old Chinese Proverb Comes True…..
 
Frankly, these last three weeks of wins are a continuation of the success in court I have achieved over the last three and a half decades. However, winning these three complicated murder cases in such […]

By |September 20th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Are Spices, Bath Salts and Herbal Incense Dangerous Substances?

Are Spices, Bath Salts and Herbal Incense Dangerous Substances?
 
Parents beware these items that are easily available to your children are actually dangerous substances!
 
 Who would have guessed this a few years ago? Today, any teenager can purchase these items at any neighborhood drugstore without really understanding the danger these substances pose to their health if used […]

By |September 19th, 2013|Drugs, Legal News|0 Comments

Attorney Martin E. Regan Experience Counts

 
 
 
Experience Counts. September 17, 2013. – In the complicated and serious world of criminal defense, victories sometimes come in the forms of a reduced sentence, or in the form of a good deal for a client. The points that complicate the defense of a client may involve confessions made by a defendant to the police, […]

Lil Boosie Found Not Guilty of Murder for Hire Plot

 
 
 
Recording Mega Star “Lil Boosie” Found Not Guilty of Murder for Hire Plot!
A significant victory for Attorney Martin E. Regan, Jr. On Friday May 11, 2012, a jury comprised of twelve anonymous citizens acquitted Baton Rouge rap artist Torence “Lil Boosie” Hatch in what the prosecutors had labeled as a murder-for-hire crime. The jury deliberated […]

Sheriff Gusman Wins our Praise…

 
 
 
Sheriff Marlin Gusman Wins our Praise…….
Here in New Orleans, Orleans Parish Sheriff Gusman has taken a stand that wins him the praise of many and the scorn of just as many others.  Sheriff Gusman said recently that his refusal to hold non-violent illegal immigrants in prison after they finish their sentences is about “freedom and […]

By |September 17th, 2013|New Orleans Local News, People|0 Comments