Can Prosecutors Use Jail Calls to Attorneys as Evidence?

Loved One in Jail in New Orleans?

New Orleans district prosecutors are using recorded jail calls between attorneys and their jailed clients as evidence in court. These calls are thought to be under a confidentiality clause that protects client and attorney conversations. Attorney-client privilege was created so that lawyers can work with their clients. In court cases in 2015 and 2016, recorded…


Could Your Arrest Report Be Falsified?

Cocaine Possession and Distribution Crimes

When it comes to DWI cases here in Louisiana, a conviction can often come down to an officer’s testimony versus the testimony of the person charged with a crime. This means that the police officer’s would has to be trusted if a judge is expected to may a proper ruling, but what if that officer’s…


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