New Orleans is major travel destination. Tourists from all over the world come to visit the French Quarter, which is steeped in rich history and culture. The popularity of Bourbon Street brings a variety of individuals from near and far for many different reasons. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for tourists to be arrested in New Orleans and charged for breaking a wide range of laws.
Getting arrested in New Orleans during Mardi Gras, on vacation, or even a business trip can become a scary and daunting experience. With Crescent City Law, it doesn’t have to be that way. Our lawyers are experienced with the New Orleans court system, and we might even be able to clear your record of these charges. In many cases, we go to court so you don’t have to.
I am attorney John Radziewicz, and I am here to protect your rights; Call me if you have been arrested and charged with any violation including, but not limited to:
Mardi Gras is just one of the major events that draws several people to New Orleans. Regardless of the event or holiday, law enforcement is typically out in full force. Unfortunately, many law enforcement officers are hungry to arrest unsuspecting tourists for any number of violations. You do not deserve to be singled out because you are a visitor looking to have a good time. If you have been arrested in New Orleans while visiting, contact me immediately by filling out this contact form or by calling 504-264-9492. Remember, you have the right to remain silent; use it. Be polite to the law enforcement officers, let them know your name and address, and tell them you’d like to speak with your attorney. Contact me as soon as possible so I can protect your rights and start building a strong case for you.
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