Delivering all of Louisiana's online-shopping packages can be a stressful job that requires careful attention to the road and task at hand. Louisiana police claim that one delivery woman shirked those duties and instead delivered packages while under the influence of alcohol. She was arrested for drunk driving and drug possession.
Most people already know that they should have a will that outlines how they would like their estate to be handled, including the distribution of their assets to heirs. However, this is just the tip of the estate planning iceberg. More than just passing on physical possessions, people in Lake Charles can pass on their values and create a lasting legacy.
If you are like most Louisiana residents, you have accumulated quite a large digital footprint. You no longer receive paper statements regarding your deposit accounts or creditors. You may have accounts with social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Perhaps you use a PayPal account that's tied to your eBay account.
Paying the steep fines associated with certain criminal charges can be cost prohibitive for some Lake Charles residents. Recently enacted state laws could make doing so even harder. Fines for drunk driving convictions were recently raised, adding on a bigger burden for those already in the middle of a difficult situation.
Being arrested for possessing drugs can be a frightening experience. Few Lake Charles defendants are prepared for just how overwhelming everything that comes after the arrest can be. From being formally charged to beginning criminal defense preparations, doing so alongside a dedicated counsel can help you better handle the charges filed against you.
A 60-year-old man is in police custody for allegedly possessing and distributing significant amounts of prescription drugs. His arrest came from an ongoing investigation into suspected drug activity in the area, which has so far yielded 53 warrants and 221 felony charges. Consequences for felony drug charges are severe, and minimizing the impact often requires a more intensive criminal defense approach for people in Lake Charles.