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3M Earplugs Radio Interview

Posted by Dennis Danos | Aug 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Recently, a 9.1 million dollar settlement was reached in litigation surrounding a defective earplug (3M Earplugs) that was touted to prevent hearing damage, but instead caused it among members of the armed services on active duty. On this edition of Ringler Radio, host Larry Cohen talks with coh...

Medical Device Liability

Posted by Dennis Danos | May 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Larry Centola was recently quoted in a Bloomberg article entitled: “Medical Device Makers May Risk Liability Following FDA Effort.” You can read the entire article here: https://www.bna.com/medical-device-makers-n73014483632/ If you have been harmed by a medical device, please call Mr. Centola a...

3M Earplug Hearing Loss Lawsuit

Posted by Dennis Danos | May 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

In May of 2016, a groundbreaking whistleblower lawsuit was filed against the 3M company. The lawsuit alleged that not only were these defective earplugs sold to the government but the allegations in the lawsuit were that 3M knew of the defect during the time they were sold.   Martzell, Bickford ...

PANINI REDEMPTION CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT 

Posted by Dennis Danos | Feb 08, 2019 | 0 Comments

            Martzell, Bickford & Centola and Roche & Company, LLC filed a Class Action against Panini America, Inc. for unfulfilled redemption cards. Michael D. Roche, a New Orleans attorney and longtime collector and seller of sports cards and memorabilia, approached Martzell, Bickford & Centol...

What If You Are Arrested While Visiting New Orleans?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Jan 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

So, you came to New Orleans to have fun. That's not a bad idea, considering our city has a festival almost every week of the year. Did you know there are over 135 annual festivals in New Orleans? It's no small wonder that so many people choose NOLA as a travel destination. However, with so many ...

Louisiana Split-Jury Rule Abolished in November Election

Posted by Dennis Danos | Dec 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last month, Louisiana voters amended Article 1, Section 17 of the Louisiana Constitution when they voted to abolish the split-jury rule. Prior to the election, Louisiana was one of two states that did not require a unanimous jury verdict in noncapital criminal cases. The split-jury rule only re...

How a DUI Could Affect Your College Career

Posted by Dennis Danos | Nov 09, 2018 | 0 Comments

Unfortunately, a DUI charge in Louisiana could affect a student's college career in more ways than one. In addition to sentencing requirements, you could also face future implications. Financial Aid and Scholarship Opportunities A single DUI charge should not affect a student's eligibility for f...

Why Comedian John Oliver Roasted Louisiana Prosecutors

Posted by Dennis Danos | Sep 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Comedian John Oliver used Louisiana as an example of poor decision making in his HBO segment “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.” After discussing prosecutors' role in the criminal justice system and the heavy influence they can have, Oliver focused on what he considers misused power by prosecu...

Can Prosecutors Use Jail Calls to Attorneys as Evidence?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Aug 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

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 ...

Could Your Arrest Report Be Falsified?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Aug 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

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...

Are Fake Subpoenas Still a Problem for New Orleans?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Jul 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Orleans Parish District Attorney's office has a problem, and it has now led to a federal lawsuit. As prosecutors now fight allegations of fake subpoenas, some are claiming the practice goes back decades. What do these accusations mean? Who was complicit in the supposed deceptions? Were peopl...

Could New Orleans Prosecutors Be Hiding Evidence?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Jul 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Just a few weeks ago, a state judge made a startling claim against New Orleans prosecutors. She accused the prosecutor's office of hiding evidence-grand jury testimonies-from the defense in a case. Such an accusation has serious implications. Could this behavior change the way criminal prosecuti...

Why Was a Young Tourist Detained in the French Quarter?

Posted by Dennis Danos | Jul 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

A Ball State University professor led a field trip to New Orleans. In addition to his students, his 18-year-old son also accompanied the group. They arrived at the French Quarter, but the son and father got separated. What happened next proves why it is important for tourists to be ready to face...

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