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  • Criminal Attorney New Orleans, Divorce Lawyers, Injury & Traffic Lawyers

    New Orleans Divorce Attorney, Criminal lawyer, Traffic Lawyers and Injury Attorneys in New Orleans, Louisiana, Metairie, Kenner, Slidell, Northshore & Chalmette, Louisiana. Since our inception we have committed ourselves to providing our clients with the best representation available. The Weiser Law Firm’s main office is located at 3801 Canal Street in Mid-City New …

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  • New Orleans Criminal Lawyer, Divorce Attorney & Traffic Lawyers

    New Orleans Criminal Lawyer, Divorce Attorney, Traffic Lawyers, & Injury Attorneys in New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Slidell & Chalmette, Louisiana. Since our inception we have committed ourselves to providing our clients with the best representation available. The Weiser Law Firm’s main office is located at 3801 Canal Street in Mid-City New Orleans. We practice …

    New Orleans Criminal Lawyer, Divorce Attorney, Traffic Lawyers & Personal Injury Attorneys
  • New Orleans Criminal Lawyers, Divorce Attorney, Traffic & Injury

    New Orleans Criminal Lawyers, Divorce Attorney, Traffic Lawyer, & Personal Injury Attorneys in New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Slidell & Louisiana. Since our inception we have committed ourselves to providing our clients with the best representation available. The Weiser Law Firm’s main office is located at 3801 Canal Street in Mid-City New Orleans. We practice …

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Expungments in Louisiana (New Changes)

Different Expungement Laws in Louisiana Last year, the Governor signed House Bill fifty-five; which revises the rules for expungements in Louisiana. The purpose of the new law is to amend the rules for expungement in Louisiana so they can be uniform throughout state while also necessitating the same fees and …

New Orleans French Quater Crime

To hear Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s chief strategist tell it, the gossamer patchwork of crime-fighting methods in the French Quarter is hanging by a thread. That thread is the hope that voters in New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood willingly add a quarter-cent tax to every purchase at a shop or restaurant for the …