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47-year-old woman charged in Lafayette

The production, distribution and use of illegal drugs help perpetuate many crimes in communities throughout Louisiana. Because of this fact, law enforcement officers are especially interested in cracking down on drug crimes. As a result, many people are arrested in various operations and charged with drug crimes.

Federal program fraud issued against DCFS employee

Working for the federal government should provide an employee a certain level of respect in the community. However, government employees are sometimes subjected to heightened background checks, workplace scrutiny and high ethical standards which are sometimes breached by allegations concerning white collar crimes.

Felony arrest puts Louisiana woman's reputation on the line

A clean employment record can be a priceless possession for a working American. People are expected to work hard at their jobs, not only to provide financially for their families, but also to develop great employment opportunities for their future. But criminal allegations, particularly theft, can potentially destroy all that hard work and future possibilities.

LSU police say four workers defrauded student diners

Criminal charges associated with embezzlement, bribery and fraud should never be taken lightly. Even if a suspect thinks the allegation is just a misunderstanding or misinterpretation of facts, a fraud conviction can damage a Louisiana resident's reputation, costing employment opportunities and influencing future endeavors.

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