Many people in Louisiana and across the country may not fully understand their legal rights when it comes to police officers searching their property. Some people may think that they have to comply with a search request no matter what, or that officers always have the ability to conduct a search. However, that is not the case.
When a Louisiana resident shows up for work each day, he os she can reasonably expect a safe work environment. Every worker is protected by civil rights against discrimination and hostility in the workplace. If someone is acts in such a way so as to impede another person's ability to carry out his or her duties in a peaceful, nonviolent atmosphere, there may be grounds for filing a hostile work environment complaint.
Louisiana readers who enjoy reality TV shows and also happen to follow celebrity news may have heard by now that Shannon Beador and her ex husband, David, have finalized their divorce. The former couple's co-parenting plan covers several important family law topics, including child support. As a co-parenting team, however, the Beadors have always incorporated some other interesting terms into their agreement.