DUI DWI New Orleans Lawyer - Drunk Driving Attorney - Laws and Penalties Louisiana
New Orleans is a city that thrives upon their tourist attractions and the promises to the rest of the country’s citizens of a “good time”. Known for festivals such as Mardi Gras, the French Quarter Festival and other parades and celebrations, New Orleans has one of the highest rates of alcoholism and alcohol related deaths in all of the United States.
This level of morality in such a lively city has led state lawmakers to institute harsher, more rigid punishments than that of their neighboring states. Punishments for those who are found to be operating a vehicle while under the influence of either alcohol, drugs, or both, face a much more severe punishment than others may in another state.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) reported that in 2008, there were 11,773 alcohol related deaths with a BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of .08 or higher in the United States. Among these, 981 deaths were reported to have come from Louisiana alone. Thus explaining the highly severe penalties following a DUI charge in the state of Louisiana.
Bloom Legal, in New Orleans, LA, was founded in 2004 by Mr. Bloom himself. His credentials are top quality, and is well known for his diligence in maintaining the best possible outcome for all of his clients. Since opening his own law firm, Bloom followed in his mission to provide citizens with comprehensive and exceptional legal service.
Concentrating specifically on criminal defense, Bloom stays on his A-game when it comes to the ever-changing DUI laws and procedures. His goal has always been to maintain getting clients the results that they expect in an efficient and professional manner.
Bloom Legal serves effective legal representation to New Orleans and other surrounding areas in including East Bank, West Bank, Northshore and Riverside Parishes.
“As a New Orleans based law firm, we are committed more than ever to the rebuilding process and the people that makes up out unique and wonderful city. “
New Orleans, Louisiana