The Legal Blog of Thomas V. Alonzo

Justice for Dontrelon Thomas

The judicial process is sometimes slow and sometimes complicated, but justice can prevail in the end. After a hard-fought jury trial, Dontrelon Thomas was found guilty of armed robbery and faced a possible prison sentence of 10-99 years. During the…

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Pressing Charges Against a Family Member

You May Not Be Able to Get Criminal Charges Dismissed Our criminal defense law firm has recently worked on several cases involving crimes against and between family members. Many believe that if they call the police or file a criminal…

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Nursing Board Consent Orders

I Received a Consent Order—Should I sign? If you are a nurse who has received notice from the Louisiana Board of Nursing or the Louisiana Board of Practical Nurse Examiners about a possible license violation, you may be asked to…

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Overcharging by the District Attorney

After a person is arrested, there will be a Bill of Information or a Grand Jury Indictment that will specify the crime or crimes the person is charged with. An experienced criminal lawyer will closely examine the document to look…

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