Arrested While Visiting New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl or New Year’s Eve?
Oftentimes, visitors to New Orleans find themselves in situations that they would have never in their wildest dreams imagined: they have been arrested by the New Orleans Police Department. The New Orleans Police Department has deployed 500 additional police officers to the streets of the French Quarter this New Year’s Eve and specifically arresting those who unlawfully discharge a firearm while ringing in the New Year. The Superintendant further announced that the NOPD will be on the lookout for drunk drivers throughout the Parish of Orleans. If you are arrested for a DWI, hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. The majority of French Quarter related arrests are generally for one or more of the following charges: public drunkenness, disturbing the peace, possession of marijuana, simple battery, battery of a police officer, resisting arrest, second degree battery, underage drinking and lewd conduct. You need immediate representation to ensure that your rights and interests are vigorously defended. Call DiGiulio Utley, LLC today at (504) 524-4080 to speak with me, Dylan Utley.