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  • Tallulah, Louisiana Man Arrested for Hunting Violations

    Friday | via AmmoLand 

    Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Madison Parish man for alleged deer hunting violations on Dec. 25, 2014 in East Carroll Parish. After observing David Bolton, age 41, of Tallulah, hunting at night in East Carrol Parish on Dec. 25, agents arrested him for possession of firearms by a convicted felon, hunting deer during illegal hours, and hunting from a public road and moving vehicle.

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  • Night hunter sells at least six deer in Madison Pari...

    Thursday Jan 22 | via NOLA.com 

    According to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, state agents made a major bust last month of a Madison Parish man who can't seem to stay on the right side of game laws. David Bolton, 41, of Tallulah was arrested on Christmas night in East Carroll Parish and charged with possession of firearms by a convicted felon, hunting deer during illegal hours and hunting from a public road and moving vehicle.

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  • Tallulah hunter accused of violations

    Wednesday Jan 21 | via The News-Star 

    Tallulah hunter accused of violations Wildlife agents arrest man, citing hunting during illegal hours, firearms violations Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1JhaezX Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Madison Parish man on deer hunting violations Dec. 25 in East Carroll Parish. After observing David Bolton, 41, of Tallulah, hunting at night in East Carroll Parish, agents arrested him on charges of possession of firearms by a convicted felon, hunting deer during illegal hours, and hunting from a public road and moving vehicle.

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  • Tallulah authorities investigating shooting death

    Friday Jan 16 | via The News-Star 

    Tallulah authorities investigating shooting death Call of shooting death received around 2 a.m. Friday Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1IQUpzK Around 2 a.m. Tallulah Police Department requested assistance from Louisiana State Police in the investigation of a shooting homicide.

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  • She tries to stop a shooting, dies of apparent heart...

    Friday Jan 9 | via KSLA-TV Shreveport 

    An LSUS professor is pointing to a safer way to dispose of million pounds of M6 propellant abandoned at Camp Minden - and he says it comes from the same government that currently plans to burn the explosive material out in the open. An LSUS professor is pointing to a safer way to dispose of million pounds of M6 propellant abandoned at Camp Minden - and he says it comes from the same government that currently plans to burn the explosive material out in the open.

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  • Brown downs Madison Parish monster

    Tuesday Dec 30 | via Louisiana Sportsman 

    Teri Brown, of Tallulah, poses with the big Madison Parish 15-pointer she shot on Christmas Eve. The buck scored 208 3/8 inches irregular in the Buckmasters scoring system.

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Tallulah Law

I got arrested for a dwi back in June and my license was suspended in October now I can get a hardship license for 3 weeks and pay 125 for it or just wait until January 29 until I can get my regular license back. My question is, if I wait to get my regular license do I have to use a SR22 form to get them? Oh, and I have only had my arraignment for my charges. It's a strong possibility my lawyer is going to keep pushing back my case
You need to contact an attorney in LA, but, the DMV can require you to jump through hoops like SR22 insurance policies....
What will happen when my 2 years is up I've done my anger management classes and I pay and see my po every month on time
Get your GED. I would not think your jail time or anger management classes will prevent this at all. Good luck to you.
My father was in a car accident after consuming alcohol at a casino and the toxicology report stated he was 3 times over the limit. After researching the state of a person that is 3 times over the limit, I am very confused as to why they allowed my father to leave and drive away in that state. I need to know if this is negligence on their part or should I just let it go.
The casino is not responsible for your father's driving while intoxicated in Louisiana.
I was arrested for misdemeanor DUI. I bonded out. I was arrested before my arraignment for separate felonies. I was in jail for two years before I took a plea on the felony. I never attended ANY court proceeding related to the DUI and the DUI was NEVER mentioned or on any paperwork. I plead guilty to the DUI at the felony plea. Would I have grounds to appeal the DUI plea on the grounds of ineffective counsel because he said there was nothing that could be done? MY research is showing they went over many many times limits, but I am no lawyer and would like the opinion of one because I am sure it is not as simple as I believe it is-or else everyone would be lawyers.
The time limits usually apply to 1) time from offense when they have to bring the charge, and you were charged so that...
I got a DUI when I was visiting my girlfriend at college in Illinois for Halloween. Will my Louisiana license get taken away or suspended?
I would try contacting an attorney in LA to ask this question. You can use the "Find a Lawyer" tab here on AVVO to...
If someone has 3 DUI's in Louisiana and gets a fourth DUI in Texas, does that carry over? If so, what would happen?
You'll need to direct the question to a Texas criminal defense attorney. Here are some helpful points to consider....
I told the state trooper I thought he had been drinking and heard her tell the man it sounded like he was "slurring his words" when she spoke to him. I also included my suspicions in the witness report she had me write. I was issued a ticket for failure to yield and suspended license (was not aware it was suspended; unpaid speeding ticket from Florida) and then she told me I could leave. In the 30+ minutes she was there she had not given the man a field sobriety test or breathalyzer. Is this normal? Did she want me to leave so she could go investigate further without my involvement?
Up to the officer. Hopefully she persuaded him to take a blood test. If you were all over her maybe she just wanted...