If you are being investigated or have been charged with an Internet crime, you face a number of serious consequences, including a federal or state prison sentence. With your freedom and future on the line, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and provide you with an aggressive defense. Vamvoras Antoon is a prominent Louisiana law firm with extensive experience fighting for people accused of crimes in federal and state courts.
On behalf of Vamvoras Schwartzberg & Antoon, LLC posted in Car Accidents on Thursday, November 10, 2016. It’s common for victims to feel disoriented and confused after a car accident, and unsure of what has happened. However, when looking back at the wreck, it’s sometimes not that hard to pick out where things began to go wrong – and it may have nothing to do with you. Below are six of the top reasons car
On behalf of Vamvoras Schwartzberg & Antoon, LLC posted in criminal defense on Thursday, November 2, 2017. It doesn’t actually take much to end up with a bench warrant in Louisiana. In fact, you may have one out there with your name on it for several years — and only find out when you’re pulled over for some minor traffic violation and end up in handcuffs. What exactly is a bench warrant? A bench warrant
On behalf of Vamvoras Schwartzberg & Antoon, LLC posted in personal injury on Friday, October 27, 2017. One of the most elusive factors in any personal injury case is the appropriate figure to attach to the victim’s pain and suffering. It can literally make the difference between a case being worth only a couple thousand dollars and a case being worth $20,000, $30,000 or more. What is “pain and suffering”? These are intangible losses that
On behalf of Vamvoras Schwartzberg & Antoon, LLC posted in criminal defense on Friday, October 20, 2017. When someone has been the victim of a crime or has been witness to a crime, the last thing he or she should have to fear is the district attorney in charge of prosecuting the criminal. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what victims and witnesses had to fear in New Orleans. The district attorney (DA) and a number of his