New Orleans Local News

” New Orleans robbers take photos of selves for police with stolen phone”

” New Orleans robbers take photos of selves for police with stolen phone”
 
 
These alleged robbers have become internationally famous,  from Reuters:
A pair of armed-robbery suspects i n New Orleans have given police seeking their capture on Monday a helpful clue: pictures of themselves taken with one of their victim’s cell phone sand uploaded to her […]

Jayson Germann-NOPD officer fired for payroll fraud

Jayson Germann-NOPD officer fired for payroll fraud
 
NEW ORLEANS —The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) fired Jayson Germann, a 15-year veteran of the force, on Wednesday after investigators established  the officer committed payroll fraud.
Germann was most recently assigned to the NOPD Gang Intelligence Unit.
“The NOPD has a zero tolerance policy for fraud on any level and […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Legal News, New Orleans Local News, People|0 Comments

NOPD Hides The Shooting of Unarmed Teen in Head by NOPD Officer. .

 Supt. Ronal Serpas “took the blame” Wednesday for the NOPD covering up the shooting of an unarmed teen in the head on Monday.

Armand Bennett, 26, was shot by a New Orleans police officer early Monday, but the NOPD never mentioned the officer-involved shooting in its daily roundup of major police items.
“In this particular case it’s […]

As of August 1 Nearly 500 New Laws Went into Effect in Louisiana.

 
 
 
 
As of August 1 Nearly 500 News Laws Went into Effect in Louisiana.
 
For example:
 
Teenagers are no longer allowed to use tanning salons.
 
There are new limits on what your employer can do regarding your social media accounts.
 
There are several new laws on the books dealing with health care and health care options.
 
If you punch a referee […]

Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. Fights off Murder Charge

A happy ending for another client.
 
Client H.G.
Within 10 days of retaining Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr. as his attorney, he went home in time for lunch, despite a Second Degree Murder Charge.
Attorney Martin E. Regan Jr immediately filed necessary paperwork requesting an Evidentiary Hearing. Mr. Regan was able to indentify witnesses and prepare them to testify […]

2014 Changes to Vehicular Laws In Louisiana.

2014 Changes to Vehicular Laws In Louisiana.
 
As of  August 1,  2014, Louisiana motorists will have to be mindful of several new laws and amendments passed during the 2014 Louisiana Legislative Session.
 
 The changes will affect motorists throughout the state. Louisiana State Troopers would like to inform drivers of several changes that both drivers and passengers should […]

By |August 4th, 2014|Law Changes, New Orleans Local News|0 Comments

TWO VISIONS FOR ORLEANS PARISH PRISON…

TWO VISIONS FOR ORLEANS PARISH PRISON…
 
Currently, Orleans Parish Prison is under Federal Court SUPERVISION and the Sheriff is under Order to make improvements to the jail´s Medical and Mental Health Care facilities for inmates; as well as, a host of other changes.
Two COMPETING plans for THE NEW Orleans Parish Prison (OPP) COMPLEX were unvailed recently. […]

By |August 4th, 2014|Legal News, New Orleans Local News|0 Comments

NOPD again ordered to pay attorneys’ fees after withholding public records

NOPD again ordered to pay attorneys’ fees after withholding public records
 
Jim Mustian of the The Advocate reported on July 26 that:
A state appeals court has ordered the New Orleans Police Department to shell out more than $20,000 in attorneys’ fees and litigation costs after the city lost its bid to withhold supplemental police reports from […]

By |July 31st, 2014|Legal News, New Orleans Local News|0 Comments

Press Release

Press Release
 
 July 29th 2014, our firm filed the writ to the Fourth Circuit in Mr. Le’s case. A writ is an appeal to a higher court, seeking relief from a contested ruling made by a trial court. Our request that Mr. Le’s Preliminary hearing be held sooner than August 28th and the request that subpoenas issue to […]

Should Exposing a Sexual Partner to HIV be a Felony?

 
Should Exposing a Sexual Partner to HIV be a Felony?
Louisiana law makes it a felony to intentionally expose other people to the AIDS virus without their consent. Exposing another person to HIV  infection with any other venereal disease is a misdemeanor.
It is also possible that deliberate or reckless transmission of these diseases would subject the […]

By |May 20th, 2014|Legal News, New Orleans Local News|0 Comments