An experienced attorney can help you fight the criminal court system whether you are being investigated or arrested for a crime. This is not something you have to do alone, and early intervention is crucial for obtaining favorable results in many investigations. Ernest J Bauer Jr Law Office LLC will guide you through each step, protecting your rights and preserving all your interests. We are passionate about justice and will fight to ensure that you are treated fair by the court. Because our clients deserve it, our team works harder than any other.
Passionately pursuing justice for clients is not something you have to do alone, and early intervention is crucial for a positive outcome in many investigations. Ernest J Bauer Jr Law Office will guide you through each step, protecting your rights and preserving all your interests. We are passionate about justice and will fight to ensure that you are treated fair by the court. Because our clients deserve it, our team works harder than any other.
1) Why not have our Covington criminal defense attorneys on your side?
2) A proven track record of case successes
3) Calls answered 24/7
4) Tenacious & Confident
5) High Reputation with Clients & Peers
You can trust a team that has a proven track record in obtaining dismissals, acquittals, and lower charges for clients. We don’t surprise you – we have been through all stages and know what to expect.
We can defend clients against almost any type of criminal charge. Our criminal defense lawyers will aggressively pursue the best possible outcome for you, no matter if your case is a misdemeanor or a felony.
1) Homicide: These are the most serious of crimes. Most defendants will face harsh penalties, including life imprisonment, regardless of whether the act was intentional (murder) or unintentional (“manslaughter”)
2) Drug Crimes: We can defend clients against any drug crime that involves any illegal substance. Our team is familiar with all aspects of the law, from possession to manufacture to distribution.
3) Sexual Crimes: A wide variety of sexual offenses can be categorized as involving unwanted sexual contact. Crimes that inflict minors or cause serious injury to the victim can often result in harsher punishments and penalties.
4) Weapon Crimes: It is illegal in Louisiana to carry concealed weapons without a permit. We can defend clients who face charges for firearm offenses or other prohibited weapons like explosives, switchblades, and other items.
5) Theft Crimes: You can be charged for theft if you take property of value from someone else without their consent. This could be done by using force or fraudulent means.
6) Violent crimes include murder, assault and battery, burglary, and any other act involving the use of force or a dangerous weapon. To fight your charges, you will need to provide an aggressive defense.
7) White Collar Crimes – White collar crimes are usually not committed with violence because they are financially motivated. You could still face serious penalties if you are accused of financial fraud, corruption, or other related crime.
8) Juvenile crimes young people are often drawn to the wrong crowd. Our team’s goal is to help your child get a second chance.
9) Infractions: A misdemeanor is a crime that can be punished with a maximum of one year in prison. Simple drug possession, DUI, and other lesser offenses are examples of misdemeanors.
10) Felons: More severe offenses are often considered felonies and can result in a sentence of more than one year in prison. These crimes include rape and violent crimes, as well as drug charges.
11) Federal Criminals: Federal acts can be investigated by federal agencies like the DEA and IRS. You will face federal prosecutors and severe sentencing if you are accused of a federal offense.
You still have the fundamental rights guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, regardless of what crime you were arrested for. When dealing with police officers, you must be aware of your rights and how you should conduct yourself.
1) Keep silent – Do not try to explain or negotiate the situation. Even if they pressure you, you are not required to reveal any information to police officers. You can politely tell the officers that your attorney will arrive, and you won’t be required to disclose any information.
2) Be aware that your words could be used against – An arresting officer should inform you that any statement you make can be used against you in court.
3) Talk to an attorney – Request to speak immediately with an attorney. Our criminal defense attorney will be able to help you with the situation and defend your rights. Anyone can be held responsible for any violation of the law, even those wearing a badge. Your rights may have been violated during or after your arrest. Tell your attorney. This could play an essential role in your defense and impact the outcome of your criminal case.