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Traffic stop results in drug charges for two men in Louisiana

Americans have differing opinions regarding marijuana legalization. Although there are other states that are considering legalizing marijuana, Louisiana remains one of the states that does not tolerate marijuana possession, distribution or cultivation. In fact, the potential penalties of a mere drug possession charge in Louisiana are still serious.

Disagreement leads to felony charges for Louisiana husband

All couples have disagreements. They are part of any relationship. But, a recent argument between a married Louisiana couple seemingly escalated to more than a disagreement and ended with serious felony charges against the husband.

Louisiana man accused of aggravated rape, faces charges

Louisiana, like most states, categorizes criminal charges as either felony or misdemeanor. Compared to a felony, a misdemeanor can seem like a slap on the wrist. A felony, on the other hand, can land an accused individual in prison for long time if he or she is convicted. These charges can pertain to criminal offenses such as rape, robbery, terrorist actions and weapons possessions, to name a few. Regardless of which felony a person is accused of, he or she often faces an uphill battle to acquittal.

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