Sometimes Bad Things Happen to Good People
New Orleans is a popular tourist destination drawing millions of visitors each year with celebrations that include our world famous Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day, French Quarter Festival, the Jazz and Heritage Festival, several Oktoberfest celebrations, Voodoo Fest, in addition to all of December is celebrated as Creole Christmas with parades and pageantry. New Orleans also plays host to many major college and professional sporting events.
Tourists and partygoers should be aware that law officials seek to enforce laws as strictly and peacefully as possible during these events but will be arresting individuals that violate the local parish, municipal, and state criminal laws.
Unfortunately, a large number of individuals are arrested in New Orleans every year for municipal offenses during these times, requiring legal representation.
Dan Robin, Jr. can help visitors with municipal violations such as:
Our attorneys can assist anyone mixed up in civil litigation or criminal charges following an evening out in New Orleans.
A large part of Dan Robin, Jr.'s practice is to provide effective representation for bond and bail hearings, including first appearance hearings. First-appearance hearings are usually held within 24 hours of the arrest. If you need help, contact us. When we leave for the day, the phones are transferred to an answering service, which will contact us if a client needs help quickly.
Dan Robin, Jr. may be contacted 24/7 to handle bond and bail requests by calling our office. If it happens after our normal business hours, someone will get back in touch with you quickly to help with the bond and bail process.