Recent Posts in Criminal Defense Category

  • Gregory Carter Successfully Fights Against Rape Allegations in Broadmoor Child Rape Case

    A New Orleans jury recently came to a verdict of not guilty in the trial of Henry, Campbell. Now 22, Campbell was accused of raping a 12-year-old relative while at an overnight stay at a cousin's home on March 5, 2013. He was arrested by police after the girl reported the attack to her school math teacher. He was 18 years old at the time of his arrest. The accuser, who is now 16 years old, ...
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  • Lawsuit Filed Against Orleans Parish DA Office for Creating Fake Subpoenas

    Orleans Parish District Attorney (DA) Leon Cannizzaro and ten members of his office are in hot water after word of the office creating falsified subpoenas reached newsgroups. Now, several people have brought lawsuits against the DA, including some who were jailed after refusing to acknowledge the fake subpoenas. Some claim to have been left in jail without ever being given the chance to talk to or ...
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  • Attorney Carter Obtains Sentencing Diversion for Theft Crime Client

    Former Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office (OPSO) employee, Renee (name changed for privacy reasons), had been accused of stealing $2,500 from the department’s coffers and her future looked uncertain. With the help of Attorney Gregg Carter of The G. Carter Law Firm, LLC, things are looking much better after a sentencing diversion was achieved. The case begins when Renee was accused of stealing $2,500 ...
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  • 7 Defendants Remain Locked Up

    In a previous blog post , we discussed a call for the release of 7 defendants who had not been provided with adequate public defense counsel in an acceptable amount of time. Since then, the District Attorney's office has appealed the decision, and the defendants remained locked up. Gregory Carter represents one of the defendants, New Orleans resident Henry Campbell. Campbell was arrested and ...
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  • Appellate Court Overturns Decision to Discharge 7 Defendants

    An appellate court has overturned New Orleans Criminal District Judge Arthur L. Hunter’s April 8 th decision to halt the prosecutions of seven indigent defendants who spent months in jail without legal representation. According to a three-judge panel from Louisiana 4 th Circuit Court of Appeal, Hunter’s ruling erred by granting the defendants habeas corpus relief without first making factual ...
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