“Criminal Defense” is a broad term used to describe someone’s act of defending themselves from an allegation of a criminal nature. A defendant may raise a defense in an attempt to eliminate or reduce liability or penalty. Criminal defense cases vary widely in nature. Some examples may include allegations of DWI, wreckless driving, property damage, shoplifting, or drug possession. Criminal defense cases may include arguments against the prosecutor arguing that even if the allegations against the defendant are true, the defendant is still innocent of the crime, or guilty of a lessor crime instead. If you or someone you know is in need of an experienced attorney to help with a criminal defense matter, choosing the right attorney is a big decision. Please contact me for a free consulation regarding your particular situation. I am Licensed and eligible to practice in all Louisiana state and federal courts.