2018 Louisiana Laws
Code of Criminal Procedure
CCRP 729.6 - Applicability of discovery

Universal Citation: LA Code Crim Pro 729.6 (2018)

Art. 729.6. Applicability of discovery

The rules of this Chapter shall be applied in all criminal cases tried in the district, parish, and city courts. They shall be applicable following the institution of prosecution by the return of a grand jury indictment, the filing of a bill of information, or the filing of an affidavit charging an offense. However, the rules of this Chapter do not apply in city and parish courts to cases in which prosecution is instituted by affidavit for violations of city or parish ordinances defining traffic offenses.

Added by Acts 1977, No. 515, §1; Acts 2012, No. 842, §1.

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