2021 Louisiana Laws
Title 15 - Criminal Procedure
- §21. Repealed by Acts 1983, No. 609, §1.
- §22. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 315, §1, eff. June 17, 1992.
TITLE III. THE CORONER AND OTHER OFFICERS
- §30. Returns
- §31. Confiscation and destruction of gambling devices
- §31.1. Antique slot machines
- §32. Disposition of money used as evidence in criminal cases
- §33. Confiscation and destruction of criminal instruments
TITLE IV. SEARCH WARRANTS
- §41. Disposition of property seized in connection with criminal proceedings
- §42. News media, restrictions on search warrants
- §43. Attorneys; restrictions on search warrants
TITLE V. ARREST (BLANK)
- §81. Bond for release for violation of municipal ordinances; parole or release of prisoners; penalty
- §82. Guaranteed arrest bond certificates as cash bail; forfeiture; sureties
- §83. Bail bond contracts
- §84. REPEALED BY ACTS 1993, NO. 834, §6, EFF. JUNE 22, 1993.
- §85. Failure to satisfy judgment of bond forfeiture
- §85.1. Posting of criminal bond; fee assessed
- §85.2. Posting of criminal bonds in parishes of Iberia, St. Mary, and St. Martin; fee assessed
- §85.3. Posting of criminal bonds; Denham Springs Marshal's Office; additional fee assessed
- § 85.4. Posting of criminal bonds; Baton Rouge City Constable's Office; additional fee assessed
- §86. Forfeiture of cash, checks, or securities and discharge of the bail undertaking
- §86.1. Unclaimed bail bonds; disposition; return to owner
- §86.2. City Court of Thibodaux; unclaimed bail bonds; disposition; return to owner
- §86.3. City courts: unclaimed bail bonds; disposition; return to owner
- §87. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 914, §5.
- §88. Appearance bond defined
- §89. Prescription of forfeiture judgment; revival; prescription by limitation of prosecution
TITLE IX. HABEAS CORPUS (BLANK)
- §111. Parish of Orleans; salary of jury commissioners; vacancy; appointment of secretary
- §112. Parish of Orleans; process servers
- §113. Duty of Orleans registrar to furnish jury commission lists of voters added to or deleted from rolls
- §114. Repealed by Acts 2016, No. 389, §2.
- §115. Service of jury commission process; general rule
- §116. Preparation of general venire list; assistance
- §117. Discharge of grand jury; review of discharge by supreme court
TITLE XII. THE GRAND JURY
TITLE XIV. RIGHT TO COUNSEL
- §141. Short title
- §142. Legislative findings
- §143. Definitions
- §144. Repealed by Acts 2007, No. 307, §11.
- §145. Repealed by Acts 2007, No. 307, §11.
- §145.1. Repealed by Acts 2007, No. 307, §11.
- §146. Louisiana Public Defender Board
- §147. Powers, duties, responsibilities
- §148. Rulemaking; considerations in developing rules
- §149. Authority of supreme court not affected
- §149.1. Domicile of board; venue
- §149.2. Offices; meetings
- §150. Executive staff for board; general qualifications
- §151. Quorum; compensation; officers; records
- §152. State public defender; qualifications; powers and duties; salary
- §153. Deputy public defender-director of training; qualifications; duties
- §154. Deputy public defender-director of juvenile defender services; qualifications; duties
- §155. Budget officer; qualifications; duties
- §156. Information technology and management officer; qualifications; duties
- §157. Trial-level compliance officer
- §158. Juvenile justice compliance officer
- §159. Public defender service regions
- §160. Regional director for service regions; qualifications; duties; selection process
- §161. District public defender; powers; duties; accounting; audit reporting; existing chief indigent defenders continued; establishment of district office
- §162. Vacancies in position of district public defender; formation of district public defender selection committee; powers and duties of committee; process for filling vacancy for district public defender; interim district public defender
- §162.1. District public defender advisory boards
- §163. Regionalization of district public defender services by board
- §164. Regional defense service centers
- §165. Methods of delivery of public defender services; selection of methods; emergency circumstances
- §166. Disbursement of funds
- §167. Louisiana Public Defender Fund
NOTE: See Acts 2020, No. 110, §6, about the provisions of the Act ceasing to be effective on July 1, 2022.
- §168. Judicial district indigent defender fund
- §169. Representation of capital defendants
- §170. Disciplinary action; sanctions of regional directors and district public defenders; just cause; hearing
- §171. (Reserved).
- §172. (Reserved).
- §173. Right of action not created
- §174. Special reporting requirements; penalties
- §175. Proceedings to determine indigency
- §176. Partial reimbursement by indigents
- §177. (Reserved)
- §178. Appointment of appellate and post-conviction counsel in death penalty case
- §179. Appointment of counsel at parole revocation and prerevocation hearings
- §180. Special reporting requirements
- §181. Limited effect
- §182. Limited effect in capital cases
- §183. Effect of signing of pleadings
- §184. (Reserved)
- §571.11. Dispositions of fines and forfeitures
- §571.12. Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children to receive fines
- §571.13. Supervised release of parish prisoners; rules of conduct; revocation
- §571.14. Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 138, §3.
PART II. INDIGENT PARENT REPRESENTATION
- §185.1. Purpose
- §185.2. Definitions
- §185.3. Indigent Parents' Representation Program; duties of the board; subject to appropriation
- §185.4. Standards and guidelines for representation of indigent parents; rulemaking
- §185.5. Repealed by Acts 2018, No. 612, §22, eff. July 1, 2020.
- §185.6. Special reporting requirements; indigent parent representation cases; penalties
- §185.7. Rights of action; interpretation of Part
- §185.8. Auditing; district reporting
- §185.9. Implementation of indigent parent representation program; timeline
PART III. REPRESENTATION OF CHILDREN IN CUSTODY
- §186.1. Purpose
- §186.2. Definitions
- §186.3. Safe Return Representation Program; duties of the board; subject to appropriations
- §186.4. Standards and guidelines for representation of indigent children in custody; rulemaking
- §186.5. Safe Return Representation Program Fund
- §186.6. Implementation of Safe Return Representation Fund
TITLE XVIII. DOUBLE JEOPARDY (BLANK)
TITLE XX. CHANGE OF VENUE (BLANK)
- §211. Procedures in handling defendants committed to mental institutions because of lack of capacity to stand trial
TITLE XXII. RECUSATION OF JUDGES AND
TITLE XXIV. PROCEDURES PRIOR TO TRIAL
- §241. Medical, psychological, psychiatric examination of certain victims under age eighteen; polygraph examinations; prohibition
- §242. Pretrial diversion for driving while intoxicated; reporting
- §243. Buyer Beware Program; post-conviction program for offenders; pre-trial diversion program for defendants; individuals engaged in the purchase of sexual activity and solicitation of prostitutes
- §244. Military pretrial diversion program
TITLE XXIII. DISMISSAL OF PROSECUTION (BLANK)
- §251. Blank
- §252. Witnesses' fees and mileage
- §253. Witnesses not residents of parish
- §254. Sheriffs, jurors and law enforcement officers not entitled to witness fees
- §254.1. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; City Court of New Iberia
- §254.2. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; Fifteenth Judicial District Court, Lafayette Parish
- §254.3. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; City Court of Lafayette
- §254.4. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; Twenty-Seventh Judicial District Court, St. Landry Parish
- §254.5. Plans for witness fees to off-duty law enforcement officers; Ascension Parish
- §254.6. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; mayor's court, town of Welsh
- §254.7. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; City Court of East St. Tammany
- §254.8. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; mayor's court, town of Vinton
- §254.9. Compensation of off-duty law enforcement officers; parish of Plaquemines
- §255. Witness fees to off-duty law enforcement officers
- §255.1. Witness fees to retired or former law enforcement officers
- §256. Fees where more than one case on same day
- §257. Placing material witness under bond; exception for victims
- §257.1. Exception for material witness warrants for victims of sex offenses and intimate partner violence; legislative intent
- §258. Taking deposition of witness imprisoned in default of bond
- §259. Admissibility of depositions taken in jail
- §260. Production of certain records of a victim; conditions
- §261. Disposition of witness or appearance fees for off-duty law enforcement officers
- §262. Repealed by Acts 2009, No. 263, §4.
TITLE XXVI. TRIAL PROCEDURE
- §270. Interpreters for deaf or severely hearing-impaired persons
- §271. Plea of not guilty; burden of proof
- §272. Order for substitution of certified copy of missing document
- §273. Right of accused to be confronted with witnesses
- §274. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §275. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §276. Self-incrimination of witness
- §277. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §278. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §279. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §280. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §281. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §282. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §283. Protected person; testimony taken outside courtroom
- §284. Facility dogs; use in court; procedure
TITLE XXVII. PRESENCE OF DEFENDANT (BLANK)
TITLE XXIX. MOTIONS FOR NEW TRIAL AND
- §301. Remittance of fine or imprisonment
- §301.1. Sentences without benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence; correction
- §302. Sentences to prison districts; persons excluded
- §303. Maximum fine or imprisonment when not specified
- §304. Expenses to be paid by parishes; juror's fee in city of New Orleans
- §305. Probation in neglect of family cases
- §306. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated; additional conditions of probation; ignition interlock devices
- §307. Ignition interlock devices; installation and certification
- §308. Ameliorative penalty provisions; retroactivity; amendment of sentence; time limitations
CHAPTER 1-A. LOUISIANA SENTENCING COMMISSION
- §321. Purpose; duties of the commission; conducting of evaluation of sentencing structure; report
- §322. Louisiana Sentencing Commission
- §323. Composition of commission
- §324. Officers; meetings; staff
CHAPTER 1-B. SENTENCING POLICY: USE OF RISK AND NEEDS
- §325. Twenty-Second Judicial District Court; sentencing policy
- §326. Administration of presentence investigation assessment tool and evaluation report
- §327. Use of assessment tool and report
- §328. Repealed by Acts 1995, No. 942, §3.
- §329. Repealed by Acts 1995, No. 942, §3.
CHAPTER 2. EVIDENCE
- §422. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §423. Proof of registration of physicians and surgeons
- §424. Statute law of other states
- §425. Recitals in report of lunacy commissions
- §426. Proof of signature of articles of vessels
- §427. Recitals in act of protest of commercial paper
- §428. Dishonored checks and drafts prima facie evidence of insufficient funds in bank
- §429. Corporate existence presumed unless affidavit of denial filed before trial
- §430. Proof of truth of recitals in copy of registry of birth, baptism or circumcision
- §430.1. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §431. Theft by public officer
- §432. Effect of legal presumptions; rebutting evidence; illustrations
- §433. Conclusive presumption defined; illustration
PART II. GENERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE
SUBPART I. GENERAL
- §434. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §435. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §436. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §436.1. Photographs of objects of theft; affidavit of value and ownership; notice to defendant
- §436.2. Photographs of animals cruelly treated; affidavit of condition; notice to defendant
- §437. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §438. Circumstantial evidence
- §439. Burden of proof
- §440. Relative weight of positive and negative testimony
SUBPART II. ELECTRONIC RECORDING: PROTECTED PERSONS
- §440.1. Purpose
- §440.2. Authorization
- §440.3. Videotape; admissibility; exception to hearsay rule
- §440.4. Method of recording videotape; competency
- §440.5. Admissibility of videotaped statements; discovery by defendant
- §440.6. Confidentiality
PART III. RELEVANCY
- §441. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §441.1. DNA, blood, and saliva testing; relevance
- §442. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §443. Repealed by Acts 2021, No. 60, §1.
PART IV. KNOWLEDGE AND INTENT
- §444. Proof of intent unnecessary in statutory crimes; inadmissible evidence
- §445. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §446. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
PART V. RES GESTAE (REPEALED)
- §447. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §448. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
PART VI. ADMISSIONS AND CONFESSIONS
- §449. Applicability
- §450. Use of confession, admission or declaration in entirety
- §451. Condition precedent to use of confession; free and voluntary rule
- §452. Rights of arrested person as to confession
- §453. Confessions obtained by questions and answers
- §454. Inapplicability of free and voluntary rule to admissions not involving criminal intent
- §455. Effect of declarations and acts of coconspirators
PART VII. DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
- §456. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §457. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §458. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §459. Use of records or documents of trial court as evidence
- §460. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §460.1. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
PART VIII. COMPETENCY OF WITNESSES
- §461. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 376, §6, eff. Jan 1, 1993.
- §462. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §463. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §464. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §465. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §466. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §467. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §468. Duty to testify as to bribery or corruptly influencing voters; immunity
- §469. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §469.1. Receipt of testimony from victims of certain crimes who are fifteen years of age or younger; closed session of court or in chambers; procedure
- §470. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §471. Grand jurors and district attorneys incompetent to testify as to grand jury proceedings; perjury cases
- §472. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §473. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §474. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §475. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 376, §6, eff. Jan. 1, 1993.
- §476. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 376, §6, eff. Jan. 1, 1993.
- §477. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 376, §6, eff. Jan. 1, 1993.
- §477.1. Privileged communications to "crime stoppers" organizations
- §477.2. Privileged communications; public records exception for state governmental agencies; citizens hotline for alleged fraud, abuse, or wrongdoing
- §478. Repealed by Acts 1992, No. 376, §6, eff. Jan. 1, 1993.
PART IX. CHARACTER EVIDENCE (REPEALED)
- §479. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §480. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §481. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §482. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §483. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
PART X. IMPEACHING AND CORROBORATIVE EVIDENCE (REPEALED)
- §484. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §485. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §486. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §487. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §488. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §489. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §490. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §491. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §492. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §493. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §494. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §495. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §496. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §497. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
- §498. Repealed by Acts 1988, No. 515, §8., eff. Jan. 1, 1989.
PART XI. EVIDENCE FROM CRIMINALISTICS LABORATORIES
- §499. Certificates of analysis
- §500. Admissibility
- §501. Notice of opposing party and opportunity to cross-examine expert; certification of subpoena request
- §502. Testimony by simultaneous broadcast
PART XII. COURT REPORTERS, NOTES AND RECORDINGS
PART XIII. CERTIFICATES OF OFFICIAL DRIVING RECORDS
- §521. Certificates of official driving records
- §522. Admissibility
- §523. Notice of opposing party and opportunity to cross-examine expert; certification of subpoena request
CHAPTER 3. HABITUAL OFFENDER LAW
- §529.1. Sentences for second and subsequent offenses; certificate of warden or clerk of court in the state of Louisiana as evidence
- §529.2. Intensive parole supervision for certain habitual offenders
CHAPTER 3-A. SEXUAL OFFENDER LAW
- §535. Blood and saliva testing; AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases; victim's testing and services
- §536. Definitions
- §537. Sentencing of sexual offenders; serial sexual offenders
- §538. Conditions of probation, parole, and suspension or diminution of sentence
- §539. Notification by school superintendents of allegations of the commission of a sex offense
- §539.1. Forfeited property related to certain sex crimes; exempt property; allocation of forfeited property
- §539.2. Exploited Children's Special Fund
- §539.3. Mandatory restitution
- §539.4. Fines related to solicitation of prostitutes and purchase of commercial sexual activity
CHAPTER 3-B. REGISTRATION OF SEX OFFENDERS,
- §540. Findings; purpose
- §541. Definitions
- §541.1. Posting of the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline; content; languages; notice; civil penalty
- §542. Registration of sex offenders and child predators
- §542.1. Notification of sex offenders and child predators
- §542.1.1. In-person periodic renewal of registration by offenders
- §542.1.2. Duty of offenders to notify law enforcement of change of address, residence, or other registration information
- §542.1.3. Procedures for offenders convicted or adjudicated under the laws of another state, or military, territorial, foreign, tribal, or federal law; procedures for Louisiana offenders with out-of-state activities
- §542.1.4. Failure to register and notify as a sex offender or child predator; penalties
- §542.1.5. State Sex Offender and Child Predator Registry; duties of the Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
- §542.1.6. Repealed by Acts 2009, No. 205, §2.
- §542.1.7. Court records; disclosure
- §543. Duties of the courts, sheriffs, and the Department of Public Safety and Corrections and the office of juvenile justice; informing the offender of the registration and notification requirements
- §543.1. Written notification by the courts; form to be used
- §543.2. Sex offenders; emergency situations
- §544. Duration of registration and notification period
- §544.1. Petitions for injunctive relief or declaratory judgments
- §544.2. Registration and notification period end date; determination; procedures
- §545. Duty of law enforcement
- §545.1. Duty of interactive computer service
- §546. Release of information
- §547. Committee on parole
- §548. Dissemination policy
- §549. Notification of release or escape of inmate
- §550. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 2, §1.
- §551. Harboring or concealing a sexual offender, sexually violent predator, or child predator; penalties
- §552. Sexual Predator Apprehension Team
- §553. Prohibition of employment for certain sex offenders
CHAPTER 3-C. LOUISIANA SEXUAL ASSAULT OVERSIGHT COMMISSION
- §555. Louisiana Sexual Assault Oversight Commission; creation; membership; meetings
- §556. Duties of the commission
CHAPTER 3-D. SEX OFFENDER ASSESSMENT PANELS
- §560. Legislative findings
- §560.1. Definitions
- §560.2. Louisiana Sex Offender Assessment Panel
- §560.3. Effects of determination of status as a sexually violent predator or as a child sexual predator; lifetime registration; notification
- §560.4. Electronic monitoring of sexually violent predators or child sexual predators
- §560.5. Appeal of decision
- §560.6. Rights of action
CHAPTER 3-E. SUPERVISED RELEASE OF SEX OFFENDERS
- §561. Legislative findings
- §561.1. Applicability
- §561.2. Supervised release upon expiration of sentence
- §561.3. Supervised release; division of probation and parole
- §561.4. Duty to inform offender
- §561.5. Conditions of supervised release
- §561.6. Adoption of rules
- §561.7. Failure to comply with provisions of supervised release
CHAPTER 3-F. REGISTRATION OF PERSONS WHO COMMIT
- §562. Findings; purpose
- §562.1. Definitions
- §562.2. Powers and duties of state fire marshal
- §562.3. Registration of arson offenders
- §562.4. Duty of offenders to notify law enforcement of change of address, residence, or other registration information
- §562.5. Failure to register; penalties
- §562.6. Duration of registration and notification period
CHAPTER 4. EXECUTION OF SENTENCE
- §565. Duty of sheriff
- §566. Pendency of appeal, payments; delivery to penitentiary
- §566.1. Repealed by Acts 1966, No. 310, §5, eff. Jan. 1, 1967.
- §566.2. Commencing of sentence to state penitentiary
PART II. CAPITAL CASES
- §567. Conditions precedent to execution
- §567.1. Mental incompetence to proceed to execution
- §568. Execution of death sentence; prior confinement of offender
- §569. Place for execution of death sentence; manner of execution
- §569.1. Hours for execution of death sentence
- §570. Execution; officials and witnesses; minors excluded; time of execution; notice to victim's relatives
- §571. Proces verbal of execution; attesting and filing
PART III. OTHER CASES (REPEALED)
PART IV. DIMINUTION AND COMMUTATION OF SENTENCE FOR GOOD BEHAVIOR
- §571.3. Diminution of sentence for good behavior
- §571.4. Forfeiture of diminution of sentence
- §571.5. Supervision upon release after diminution of sentence for good behavior; conditions of release; revocation
- §571.6. Repealed by Acts 2011, No. 186, §4.
- §571.7. Supervision upon release from parish prison after diminution of sentence for good behavior; conditions of release; revocation
- §571.8. Repealed by Acts 2011, No. 186, §4.
- §571.9. Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 138, §3.
- §571.10. Repealed by Acts 1991, No. 138, §3.
PART V. VENUE FOR ACTIONS CONTESTING COMPUTATION OF SENTENCE, DISCHARGE, PAROLE, GOOD TIME DATES
PART VI. PROBATION AND PAROLE MANAGEMENT
- §571.20. Repealed by Acts 2001, No. 609, §1.
- §571.21. Deposit of fees and assessments
- §571.22. Limitation of liability; release of information
PART VII. INCARCERATION ALTERNATIVES
- §571.31. Alternatives to traditional imprisonment; findings; purposes
- §571.32. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 2, §1.
- §571.33. Extension or alteration of pilot; approval of the budget committee; statewide implementation
- §571.34. Alternative to traditional imprisonment; prisoners who are elderly or infirm
- §571.35. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 2, §1.
- §571.35.1. Lafourche Parish Pretrial Home Incarceration Program; electronic monitoring
- §571.36. Electronic monitoring equipment
PART VIII. JOB INTERVENTION PROGRAMS
- §571.41. Purpose
- §571.42. Definitions
- §571.43. Job intervention programs
- §571.44. Stipulations; advice by court
- §571.45. Probation agreement
- §571.46. Probation
- §571.47. Employer participation; report
- §571.48. Successful completion: effects
- §571.49. Discharge and dismissal; effects
- §571.50. Written guidelines
- §571.51. Evaluation of program effectiveness
- §571.52. Record of participation
PART IX. POST-RELEASE FACILITIES
- §571.61. Post-Release Facilities pilot program; legislative findings; establishment; rules promulgation; reporting
CHAPTER 5. REPRIEVE, PARDON, AND PAROLE
- §572. Powers of governor to grant reprieves and pardons; automatic pardon for first offender; payment of court costs required
- §572.1. Board of Pardons; membership; domicile; session; quorum
- §572.2. Repealed by Acts 2012, No. 714, §3.
- §572.3. Powers of the board
- §572.4. Board of Pardons; rules, regulations, and procedures; notice; restrictions on applications; time periods for additional review
- §572.5. Information to be provided to Board of Pardons
- §572.6. Finality of clemency determinations
- §572.7. Representation of applicants before board; prohibitions
- §572.8. Compensation for wrongful conviction and imprisonment; petition process; compensation; proof; assignment of powers and duties
- §572.9. Avery C. Alexander Act; application process
- §573. Sessions of Board of Pardons open
- §573.1. Prohibited contact with Board of Pardons; penalties; public record
- §573.2. Teleconference communications by certain persons
- §574. Adoption of rules by Board of Pardons
- §574.1. Expenses of members of Board of Pardons; reimbursement
PART II. PAROLE
SUBPART A. COMMITTEE ON PAROLE AND RULES OF PAROLE
- §574.2. Committee on parole, Board of Pardons; membership; qualifications; vacancies; compensation; domicile; venue; meetings; quorum; panels; powers and duties; transfer of property to committee; representation of applicants before the committee; prohibitions
- §574.2.1. Prohibited contact with committee on parole; penalties; public record
- §574.3. Personnel and reports to be furnished by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections to the committee on parole; reports to be provided to the Board of Pardons; intensive incarceration and intensive parole supervision program data compilation; annual report
- §574.4. Parole; eligibility; juvenile offenders
- §574.4.1. Parole consideration and hearings
- §574.4.2. Decisions of committee on parole; nature, order, and conditions of parole; rules of conduct; infectious disease testing
- §574.4.3. Parole requirements for certain sex offenders
- §574.4.4. Intensive incarceration program; eligibility
- §574.4.5. Probation and parole processing fee
- §574.5. Intensive incarceration and parole supervision of persons held by sheriff in Orleans Parish
- §574.6. Parole term; automatic discharge
- §574.6.1. Compliance credits; parole
- §574.7. Custody and supervision of parolees; modification or suspension of supervision; violation of conditions of parole; sanctions; alternative conditions; administrative sanctions
- §574.8. Parole officers; powers of arrest; summary arrest and detention of parolees
- §574.9. Revocation of parole for violation of condition; committee panels; return to custody hearing; duration of reimprisonment and reparole after revocation; credit for time served; revocation for a technical violation
- §574.10. Conviction of a felony while on parole
- §574.11. Finality of committee determinations; venue; jurisdiction and procedure; peremptive period; service of process
- §574.12. Information as to offenders and ex-offenders; confidentiality
- §574.13. General applicability; juveniles in correctional institutions excepted
SUBPART B. PAROLEE SUPERVISION
SUBPART C. VIOLATIONS OF MUNICIPAL ORDINANCES
- §574.15. Power of elected state, parochial, or municipal officials to parole persons arrested for violation of municipal ordinances
- §574.16. Refusal to parole; penalty
- §574.17. Kenner; power of elected municipal officials to parole or release persons in custody for violations of ordinances
- §574.18. Prohibition of city council members to parole or release persons
SUBPART D. MEDICAL PAROLE
SUBPART E. PAROLE RISK ASSESSMENT PILOT PROGRAM
- §574.21. Parole risk assessment pilot program; statistical system; agency cooperation; rules promulgation
- §574.22. Repealed by Acts 2012, No. 123, §1.
SUBPART F. INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR ADULT OFFENDER SUPERVISION
- §574.31. Intent; purpose
- §574.32. Definitions
- §574.33. The Interstate Commission; membership; creation of the executive committee
- §574.34. State Council
- §574.35. Powers and duties of the Interstate Commission
- §574.36. Organization and operation of the Interstate Commission
- §574.37. Activities of the Interstate Commission
- §574.38. Rulemaking functions of the Interstate Commission
- §574.39. Oversight, enforcement, and dispute resolution by the Interstate Commission
- §574.40. Finance
- §574.41. Eligibility of compacting states, effective date, and amendment
- §574.42. Withdrawal, default, termination, and judicial enforcement
- §574.43. Severability and construction
- §574.44. Binding effect of compact and other laws
- §574.45. Interstate transfer or travel of parolees or probationers; fees
SUBPART G. SUBSTANCE ABUSE CONDITIONAL RELEASE
CHAPTER 6. LOUISIANA BUREAU OF CRIMINAL
- §575. Legislative findings and objectives
- §576. Definitions
- §577. Bureau of criminal identification and information; creation and organization
- §578. Functions, powers, and duties of the bureau; crime laboratory
- §578.1. Pretrial diversion program for driving while intoxicated; criminal history records
- §579. Rules and regulations
- §580. Forms; procedures; training; assistance
- §581. Authorized audits and investigations
- §582. Civil identification files
- §583. Transmission of information
- §584. Cooperation with federal and other state agencies
- §585. Admissibility of bureau records in evidence
- §586. Authority to purge records of the central repository
- §587. Duty to provide information; processing fees; Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
- §587.1. Provision of information to protect children
- §587.1.1. Portability of criminal history information for licensed child care facilities
- §587.1.2. Provision of information to protect children who receive services at a therapeutic group home
- §587.2. Institutions of postsecondary education; criminal history information
- §587.3. Volunteers and employees in youth-serving institutions or organizations; other youth coaches; criminal background information
- §587.4. Authority of municipal or parish fire department, a fire protection district, or a volunteer fire department; criminal history information
- §587.5. Agencies with access to federal tax information; criminal history information
- §587.6. Division of administration, office of technology services; access to criminal history information or state-issued REAL ID Information
- §587.7. Volunteer and employee criminal history system
- §587.8. Access to criminal history system for victims of domestic abuse, victims of human trafficking, victims of dating violence, and victims of sexual assault.
- §588. Right of individual access
- §589. Duty to maintain security
- §590. Obtaining and filing fingerprint and identification data
- §591. Submission of information; statistics; data
- §592. Submission of fingerprints and identification data
- §593. Prohibition against destruction of records
- §594. Access to records
- §595. Duty to abide by regulations
- §596. Penalties
- §597. Disposition reporting
NOTE: §598 eff. until July 1, 2022. See Acts 2021, No. 114.
CHAPTER 6-A. DNA DETECTION OF SEXUAL AND
- §601. Short title
- §602. Legislative findings and objectives
- §603. Definitions
- §604. Powers and duties of state police
- §605. State DNA data base
- §606. State DNA data bank
- §607. State police recommendation of additional offenses
- §608. Procedural compatibility with FBI
- §609. Drawing or taking of DNA samples
- §610. Procedures for withdrawal, collection, and transmission of DNA samples
- §611. Procedures for conduct, disposition, and use of DNA analysis
- §612. DNA data base exchange
- §613. Cancellation of authority to access or exchange DNA records
- §614. Removal of records
- §615. Repealed by Acts 2003, No. 487, §3, eff. June 20, 2003.
- §616. Confidentiality of records
- §617. Disclosure prohibited
- §618. Criminal penalties
- §619. Repealed by Acts 2003, No. 487, §3, eff. June 20, 2003.
- §620. Authority of law enforcement officers
- §621. Prohibition on destruction of evidence; certain cases
- §622. Sexual assault collection kits
- §623. Submission of sexual assault collection kits
- §624. Sexually-oriented criminal offense data; reporting
- §625. Material witness warrant data; reporting
CHAPTER 6-B. REGISTRY OF VIOLENT OFFENSES
- §641. Short title
- §642. Definitions
- §643. Registration of offenders who commit certain violent offenses
- §644. Transmission of information to the bureau
- §645. Central registry
- §646. Failure to register; penalties
- §647. Limitation of liability
CHAPTER 6-C. LOUISIANA REPOSITORY FOR UNIDENTIFIED
- §651. Short title
- §652. Legislative findings and objectives
- §653. Definitions
- §654. Powers and duties of the F.A.C.E.S. Laboratory
- §655. Louisiana Repository for Unidentified and Missing Persons Information Program
- §656. F.A.C.E.S. Laboratory recommendations
- §657. Applicability of Chapter
- §658. Collection of forensic anthropology samples from unidentified human remains and missing persons
- §659. Procedures for conduct, disposition, and use of forensic anthropological analysis
- §660. Confidentiality of records
- §661. Disclosure prohibited
- §662. Criminal penalties
CHAPTER 7. PRISONS AND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
- §701. Cities to provide covered patrol wagons; use of uncovered vehicles prohibited; penalty
- §702. Maintenance of parish jails
- §703. Physician to be appointed for each parish; salary
- §704. Sheriff keeper of jail
- §705. Food and clothing provisions for prisoners; payment of incarceration expenses; payment of medical expenses; imposition of restitution on offenders
- §706. Transfer of prisoners to jail of another parish
- §707. United States prisoners to be kept in custody; compensation of sheriff
- §708. Labor by prisoners permitted; workday release program; indemnification
- §709. Prisoners convicted in other states and housed in Louisiana
- §710. Exchange of prisoners between parishes
- §711. Work release program
- §711.1. Jefferson Davis work-release program
- §712. Facilities providing housing or temporary residence to individuals participating in work release or workforce development work release programs administered by the sheriff
- §713. Medical expenses of prisoners in extraordinary circumstances
- §714. Letters of incarceration
PART I-A. PRISON INMATE TRAINING REFORM ACT
- §731. Short title
- §732. Legislative findings and declaration
- §733. Prohibition of karate, judo, or other martial arts programs
PART I-B. PRISON REFORM ACT OF 1995
PART I-C. PRIVATE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES
PART I-D. SAFE PREGNANCY FOR INCARCERATED WOMEN
- §744. Title
- § 744.1. Legislative findings
- §744.2. Restraint during second and third trimesters
- § 744.3. Restraint during childbirth
- § 744.4. Monitoring
- § 744.5. Definitions
- § 744.6. Notice
- § 744.7. Recordkeeping and retention
- § 744.8. Return to prison
PART I-E. OFFENDER REENTRY SUPPORT
- §745. Short title
- §745.1. Declaration of public policy
- §745.2. Offender Reentry Support Pilot Program; establishment; participating correctional institution; content; administration; implementation; reporting
- §745.3. Advisory council; establishment; duties; membership
PART II. BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE REGULATIONS FOR PRISONS
- §751. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §752. §§752 to 759 Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 623, §1.
- §760. Hospital quarters
- §761. Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 623, §1.
- §762. Repealed by Acts 1982, No. 623, §1
- §763. Procedure upon failure to comply with the provisions of this Part
- §764. Parish jail overcrowding; state of emergency
PART II-A. INTERSTATE CORRECTIONS COMPACT
- §771. Purpose and policy
- §772. Definitions
- §773. Contracts
- §774. Procedures and rights
- §775. Receiving state review of sending state acts; extradition
- §776. Federal aid
- §777. Effectiveness
- §778. Withdrawal and termination
- §779. Other arrangements unaffected
- §780. Construction and severability
PART III. MULTIPARISH DISTRICTS
- §801. Creation of multiparish prisons
- §802. Title of multiparish prison
- §803. Organization and powers
- §804. Board of governors
- §805. Powers and duties of board of governors
- §806. Budget and revenues
- §807. Municipalities may send prisoners to multiparish prisons for confinement
- §808. Prisoners confined in multiparish prisons
- §809. Preexisting facilities
- §810. Preexisting facilities operated by parish governing authorities
- §811. Inmate contact with persons outside of parish or multiparish prison; temporary release or furlough
PART III-A. LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
- §821. Louisiana Department of Corrections; created; transfer of functions; functions of department
- §821.1. Louisiana Department of Corrections; domicile
- §822. Repealed by Acts 1981, No. 873, §4, eff. Oct. 1, 1981
- §823. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §824. Commitment of persons to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections
- §824.1. Deputy marshals, town of Jackson; Department of Corrections to provide funds
- §824.2. Programs to Reduce Recidivism Fund
- §825. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §825.1. Appointment of ex-officio notaries at state correctional institutions; scope of powers
- §825.2. Special agents; appointment; carrying weapons
- §825.3. Criminal history review
- §826. Services performed by department
- §827. Duties of Department of Public Safety and Corrections
- §827.1. Reentry preparation program; establishment
- §827.2. Data collection and reporting requirements
- §827.3. Savings attributable to criminal justice reforms
- §828. Classification and treatment programs; qualified sex offender programs; reports; earned credits
- §828.1. Prison rehabilitation pilot program; establishment; participating correctional institutions; content; administration; implementation; reporting
- §828.2. Faith-based programs for inmates; development; monitoring
- §828.3. Pilot program; substance abuse counseling
- §828.4. Transitional Residential Pilot Program for female offenders; establishment
- §829. Discipline of inmates
- §830. Treatment of inmates with mental illness or intellectual disability
- §830.1. Refusal of treatment by inmates with mental illness or intellectual disability
- §830.2. Security for mental health patients
- §831. Medical care of inmates; testing
- §832. Work by inmates; allowance
- §832.1. Work by inmates; construction, renovation, custodial, maintenance, or repairs; exemptions
- §833. Inmate contact with persons outside institution; temporary release
- §833.1. Community resource centers; participation; conditions
- §833.2. Temporary release of inmate for limited purposes
- §834. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §834.1. Free housing; employees living at correctional institutions
- §834.2. Plan for expansion of existing space or contracts for additional housing of individuals in the custody of the department; legislative approval
- §835. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §836. Cooperation and agreements with other agencies; federal government; local government
- §837. Transfer of functions; records, money and equipment; employees
- §838. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §839. Effect of R.S. 40:2001 through 40:2017.9
- §840. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §840.1. Access to records; cooperation by other agencies; confidentiality; disclosure
- §840.2. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
PART III-B. NORTHEAST LOUISIANA CORRECTIONAL CENTER
- §841. Establishment; purpose
- §842. Board of governors; membership, powers, duties; suits
- §843. Powers of board of governors
- §844. Suits; service of process
- §845. Municipalities, agreements with for use
- §846. Prisoners
- §847. Additional facilities
PART III-C. LINCOLN PARISH DETENTION CENTER
- §848. Establishment; purpose and title
- §848.1. Organization and powers
- §848.2. Lincoln Parish Detention Center Commission members
- §848.3. Powers and duties of commission
- §848.4. Funding for operation and maintenance of Lincoln Parish Detention Center
- §848.5. Use of other jail and prison facilities
- §848.6. Superintendent and corrections officers
PART III-D. TERREBONNE PARISH DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION
- §849. Establishment; purpose and title
- §849.1. Organization and powers
- §849.2. Terrebonne Parish Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Commission; establishment; members
- §849.3. Powers and duties of commission
- §849.4. Commission's right to incur debt; funding for operation and maintenance of Terrebonne Parish Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; authority to levy ad valorem tax; tax election; approval by parish council
- §849.5. Use of other jail and prison facilities
- §849.6. Personnel
PART III-E. UNION PARISH DETENTION CENTER
- §850.1. Establishment; purpose and title
- §850.2. Organization and powers
- §850.3. Union Parish Detention Center Commission members
- §850.4. Powers and duties of commission
- §850.5. Funding for operation and maintenance of Union Parish Detention Center
- §850.6. Use of other jail and prison facilities
- §850.7. Superintendent and corrections officers
PART III-F. JACKSON PARISH DETENTION CENTER
- §850.11. Establishment; purpose and title
- §850.12. Organization and powers
- §850.13. Commission members
- §850.14. Powers and duties of commission
- §850.15. Funding for operation and maintenance of Jackson Parish Detention Center
- §850.16. Use of other jail and prison facilities
- §850.17. Superintendent and corrections officers
PART IV. LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY
- §851. Repealed by Acts 1980, No. 496, §1, eff. July 22, 1980
- §852. §§852 to 854 Repealed by Acts 1979, No. 134, §1
- §855. Road, street, highway, right of way maintenance and litter removal, weed cutting, drug free school zone sign posting, and solid waste recycling programs by convict labor; indemnification
- §855.1. §§855.1 to 855.4 Repealed by Acts 1985, No. 114, §2, eff. June 29, 1985.
- §856. Repealed by Acts 1979, No. 134, §1
- §857. Chaplains; access to inmates
- §858. Catholic priest for penitentiary; method of appointment; access to inmates
- §859. Inmate spiritual and guidance services; leasing of property
- §860. Right of inmate to decline medical treatment
- §861. Repealed by Acts 1976, No. 373, §3
- §862. Officials and employees not to be personally interested in contracts; penalty
- §863. Repealed by Acts 1978, No. 569, §2, eff. July 12, 1978
- §864. Trespass on state prison property prohibited; penalty; exceptions
- §865. Solitary confinement abolished
- §866. Payment to released prisoners
- §866.1. Transportation for released prisoners
- §866.2. Disposition of abandoned property of discharged inmates
- §867. Compensation for damage or injury occasioned by escape
- §867.1. Search teams; appointment and duties; training
- §868. Appointment of attorney to represent inmates; fees
- §869. Repealed by Acts 1979, No. 134, §1
- §870. Work assignments not to be refused; overtime
- §871. Inmates eligible for compensation
- §872. Repealed by Acts 1978, No. 312, §2
- §873. Rate of inmate compensation; source of funding
- §874. Compensation account
- §875. Imposition of restitution on offenders; procedures
PART IV-A. ADDITIONAL INSTITUTIONS
- §891. Location of prison facilities
- §892. Women's correctional facility
- §892.1. Standards and requirements for the incarceration of women
- §893. Adult correctional institutions
- §893.1. Inmates who may not be assigned to J. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center
- §894. Diagnostic and treatment center
- §895. Geriatric correctional facilities; establishment as a pilot project; report
PART IV-B. JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS
- §901. Juvenile reception and diagnostic center; establishment, commitment of juveniles, substance abuse inpatient program, order, report, fact of commitment
- §901.1. Juvenile substance abuse programs; locations
- §902. Juvenile institutions
NOTE: This provision of law was included in the Unconstitutional Statutes Biennial Report to the Legislature, dated March 14, 2016.
- §902.1. Transfer of adjudicated juvenile delinquents
- §902.2. Closure of Swanson Correctional Center for Youth-Madison Parish Unit as a facility for juveniles
- §902.3. Juvenile placement review process
- §902.4. Conversion of Jetson Center for Youth-East Baton Rouge Parish Unit to a regional treatment facility for juveniles
- §903. Separate facilities for males and females
- §904. Superintendent; powers and duties
- §905. Rules and regulations; education; training and discipline, work opportunities, vocational training, contracts and agreements
- §905.1. Cecil J. Picard Educational and Recreational Center; rates and fees
- §906. Release from commitment
- §907. Return of juveniles to committing court for transfer
- §908. Student furlough program
- §909. Reporting of escapes from state juvenile institutions; records
- §910. Juvenile offenders; collection of parental support payments for cost of care
- §911. Administration of medication; definitions; conditions; restrictions
- §1172. Administrative remedies; applicability; initiation
- §1173. Publication of procedure
- §1174. Definitions
- §1175. REPEALED BY ACTS 1993, NO. 871, §3.
- §1176. Records, confidentiality
- §1177. Judicial review of administrative acts; exception
- §1178. Judicial screening
- §1179. Service of process
PART V. YOUTHFUL OFFENDER MANAGEMENT DEDICATED FUND ACCOUNT
PART V-A. JUVENILE JUSTICE ACCOUNTABILITY AND COST EFFECTIVENESS
- §931. Purpose and policy
- §932. Definitions
- §933. Office of juvenile justice; statistical data collection; reporting
- §934. Detention centers
SUBPART II. JUVENILE JUSTICE REINVESTMENT PROGRAM
PART VI. FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY PILOT PROGRAM
- §971. Legislative intent
- §972. Definitions
- §973. Functional Family Therapy Pilot Program; creation
- §974. Eligibility for participation
PART VII. STATE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR COLORED YOUTHS
PART VIII. PARISH INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS FOR YOUTHS
- §1031. Establishment of parish schools for youths authorized
- §1032. Commitment to parish school
- §1033. Appointment of commissioners; compensation; term
- §1034. Board of commissioners; domicile; powers; officers
- §1035. Selection of site; construction
- §1036. Duties of board of commissioners; appointment, term, and compensation of superintendent; report
- §1037. Rules and regulations; classification of inmates; education, training, and discipline
- §1038. Probation and parole; release of inmates
- §1039. Return of inmates to committing court for transfer
PART IX. LOUISIANA CORRECTIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL (REPEALED)
PART X. PAYMENT FOR CARE OF CHILDREN IN NONSTATE OPERATED AGENCIES AND FACILITIES
- §1081. Purpose
- §1082. Definitions
- §1083. Participation
- §1084. Establishment of rates for payment for care in nonstate operated agencies and facilities
- §1085. Payment for care and treatment
- §1086. Contribution to cost of care by parent, custodian
- §1087. Non-state providers; contracts; performance-based contracts
PART XI. REGIONAL JUVENILE FACILITIES
SUBPART A. IN GENERAL
- §1091. Regional system of shelter care and detention facilities; alternative shelter care programs
- §1092. Method of payment
- §1092.1. Other laws applicable
- §1093. Juvenile detention centers; special court costs
- §1093.1. Immunity from civil liability
- §1093.2. Auditing; regional district reporting; report to legislative auditor; misuse of funds
- §1093.3. Commission president; secretary; treasurer
- §1093.4. Required training for the commission
SUBPART B. FLORIDA PARISHES JUVENILE JUSTICE DISTRICT
- §1094. Florida Parishes Juvenile Justice District; creation; jurisdiction
- §1094.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1094.2. Purpose
- §1094.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1094.4. Board; general authority
- §1094.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1094.6. Method of payment; facility situated in Tangipahoa Parish
- §1094.7. Funding for the commission; criminal court costs
SUBPART C. TANGIPAHOA PARISH JUVENILE JUSTICE DISTRICT
- §1095. Tangipahoa Parish Juvenile Justice District; creation; jurisdiction
- §1095.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1095.2. Purpose
- §1095.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1095.4. Board; general authority
- §1095.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
SUBPART D. TRI-PARISH JUVENILE JUSTICE DISTRICT
- §1096. Tri-Parish Juvenile Justice District; creation; jurisdiction; definitions
- §1096.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1096.2. Purpose
- §1096.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1096.4. Board; general authority
- §1096.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, and issue bonds
- §1096.6. Use of facilities
- §1096.7. Participation by parishes; appropriations
SUBPART E. WARE YOUTH CENTER AUTHORITY
- §1097. Ware Youth Center Authority; creation; jurisdiction
- §1097.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1097.2. Purpose
- §1097.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1097.4. Board; general authority
- §1097.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1097.6. Funding for the authority; criminal court costs
- §1097.7. Funding for the authority; juvenile court costs
SUBPART F. ST. JAMES PARISH YOUTH CENTER
- §1098.1. Construction of Subpart; controlling law
- §1098.2. Definitions
- §1098.3. Purpose
- §1098.4. General authority
- §1098.5. Power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1098.6. Use of youth center
- §1098.7. Participation by other parishes; appropriations
SUBPART G. PARISH YOUTH CENTER
- §1099.1. Construction of Subpart; controlling law
- §1099.2. Definitions
- §1099.3. Purpose
- §1099.4. General authority
- §1099.5. Power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1099.6. Use of youth center
- §1099.7. Participation by other parishes; appropriations
SUBPART H. ST. BERNARD PARISH JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER
SUBPART I. CENTRAL LOUISIANA JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER AUTHORITY
- §1105. Central Louisiana Juvenile Detention Center Authority; creation; jurisdiction
- §1105.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1105.2. Purpose
- §1105.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1105.4. Board; general authority
- §1105.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1105.6. Funding for the authority; criminal court costs
- §1105.7. Funding for the authority; juvenile court costs
SUBPART J. BOSSIER/CADDO JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER AUTHORITY
- §1106. Bossier/Caddo Juvenile Detention Center Authority; creation; jurisdiction
- §1106.1. Board of directors; appointment; terms
- §1106.2. Purpose
- §1106.3. Board of directors; officers; meetings
- §1106.4. Board; general authority
- §1106.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
SUBPART K. FELICIANA JUVENILE JUSTICE DISTRICT
- §1107. Feliciana Juvenile Justice District; creation; jurisdiction
- §1107.1. Board of commissioners; appointment; terms
- §1107.2. Purpose
- §1107.3. Board of commissioners; officers; meetings
- §1107.4. Board; general authority
- §1107.5. Board; domicile; power to levy taxes, incur debt, issue bonds
- §1107.6. Court costs; Twentieth Judicial District; funding for drug and alcohol awareness programs
SUBPART L. MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL BOARD
PART XI-A. JUVENILE DETENTION STANDARDS AND LICENSING PROCEDURES
- §1110. Purpose and reasons for detention; detention standards; licensing; fees
- §1110.1. Operating without or in violation of license or regulations; penalties
NOTE: §1110.2 eff. until the promulgation of certain rules by the Dept. of Children and Family Services. See Acts 2017, No. 348, §6.
PART XII. WORK RELEASE PROGRAM
- §1111. Work release program
- §1112. Reports to law enforcement agencies
- §1113. Facilities providing housing or temporary residence to individuals participating in work release or workforce development work release programs administered by the department
PART XIII. COMMUNITY REHABILITATION CENTERS
- §1131. Repealed by Acts 2014, No. 5, §1.
- §1132. Pre-sentence investigations
- §1133. Sentence to community rehabilitation centers
- §1134. Staff and facilities of community rehabilitation centers
- §1135. Repealed by Acts 2009, No. 266, §2.
- §1136. Rules and regulations of Department of Corrections
PART XIV. PRISON ENTERPRISES
- §1151. Definitions
- §1152. Prison enterprises
- §1153. Purposes
- §1154. Administration
- §1155. Prison Enterprises Board
- §1156. Rules
- §1157. Sales of goods and services; contractual powers
- §1158. Inmate labor
- §1159. Proceeds of sales
- §1160. Used agricultural equipment purchases
- §1161. Sale of livestock breeding services; contractual powers
NOTE: This provision of law was included in the Unconstitutional Statutes Biennial Report to the Legislature, dated March 14, 2016.
PART XV. CORRECTIONS ADMINISTRATIVE
PART XVI. PRISON LITIGATION REFORM ACT
- §1181. Definitions
- §1182. Appropriate remedies with respect to prison conditions
- §1183. Experts
- §1184. Suits by prisoners
- §1185. Attorney fees
- §1186. Proceedings in forma pauperis
- §1187. Successive claims
- §1188. Judicial screening and service of process
- §1189. Payment of damage award in satisfaction of pending restitution orders
- §1190. Earned release credit or good time credit revocation
- §1191. Claims arising under federal law
PART XVII. POST-RELEASE SKILLS PROGRAM
PART XVIII. REENTRY ADVISORY COUNCIL AND OFFENDER REHABILITATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
- §1199.1. Short title
- §1199.2. Legislative findings
- §1199.3. Definitions
- §1199.4. Reentry Advisory Council; creation; members; powers and duties
- §1199.5. Administration of program; purposes
- §1199.6. Adoption of regulations
- §1199.7. Inmate eligibility for program; prohibitions
- §1199.8. Eligible inmate selection and participation in program
- §1199.9. Workforce development work release for participants and graduates of program administered by the department
- §1199.10. Workforce development work release for participants and graduates of the program administered by the sheriff
- §1199.11. Traditional work release programs not affected
- §1199.12. Program duration; development; selection of craft
- §1199.13. Removal from program
- §1199.14. Substance abuse treatment and counseling
- §1199.15. Authorized providers for intensive training
- §1199.16. Drug testing
PART XIX. POST-CONVICTION VETERANS MENTOR PROGRAM
- §1199.21. Short title
- §1199.22. Purpose; authorization of Post-Conviction Veterans Mentor Program
- §1199.23. Definitions
- §1199.24. Post-Conviction Veterans Mentor Program for incarcerated veterans; eligibility criteria
- §1199.25. Mentor program for Veterans Court probation program; job assistance
- §1199.26. Transitional facilities
CHAPTER 8. LOUISIANA COMMISSION ON LAW
- §1201. Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Criminal Justice
- §1202. Composition of commission
- §1203. Officers; meetings
- §1204. Functions
- §1204.1. Correctional coordination; duties of agency
- §1204.2. Creation of system; functions; powers; duties
- §1204.3. Report to the system; duties of persons and agencies
- §1204.4. Studies; surveys; report
- §1204.5. Penalties
- §1205. State Law Enforcement Planning Agency
- §1206. Composition of State Law Enforcement Planning Agency
- §1207. Functions of the staff
- §1208. Office of Peace Officer Standards and Training; program director
- §1209. Law enforcement planning district agencies
- §1210. Law enforcement planning district advisory councils; composition
- §1211. Purpose and function of advisory councils
- §1212. Creation of database; functions
- §1212.1. Report to the system; duties of persons and agencies
- §1220. Authorization
- §1221. Information system's plan
- §1222. Staffing; funding; powers; and duties of policy boards
- §1223. Crime Victims Reparations Board
- §1224. Drug Abuse Education and Treatment Dedicated Fund Account; creation; purpose
- §1226. Juvenile Delinquency and Gang Prevention Act of 1993
- §1227. Juvenile boot camp clearinghouse
- §1228. Integrated Criminal Justice Information System Policy Board
- §1228.1. Purposes
- §1228.2. Actions of the policy board
- §1228.3. Membership
- §1228.4. Expenses
- §1228.5. Officers; meetings
- §1228.6. Component systems
- §1228.7. Authorization
- §1228.8. Cooperation; other agencies
- §1228.9. Impaired Driver Tracking System; purpose; procedure
- §1229. Automated victim notification system
- §1229.1. Reports to the system; duties of persons and agencies
CHAPTER 8-A. VICTIMIZATION OF SENIOR CITIZENS
- §1231. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1232. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1233. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1234. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1235. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1236. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
- §1237. Repealed by Acts 2010, No. 743, §7, eff. July 1, 2010.
CHAPTER 9. PARISH JAIL FACILITIES
- §1251. Short title
- §1252. Statement of purpose
- §1253. Powers and duties of the commission
- §1254. Grant funds; appropriation; distribution and allocation of grant funds
- §1255. Applications for grants; eligibility; standards; procedures
- §1256. Program review; reports; on-site inspections
CHAPTER 10. ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
PART II. INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS AND RELATED MATTERS
- §1302. Definitions
- §1303. Interception and disclosure of wire, electronic, or oral communications
- §1304. Manufacture, distribution, or possession of wire, electronic, or oral communication intercepting devices prohibited
- §1305. Confiscation of wire or oral communication intercepting devices
- §1306. Immunity of witnesses
- §1307. Prohibition of use as evidence of intercepted wire or oral communications
- §1308. Authorization for interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications
- §1309. Authorization for disclosure and use of intercepted wire, electronic, or oral communications
- §1310. Procedure for interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications
- §1311. Reports concerning intercepted wire, electronic, or oral communications
- §1312. Recovery of civil damages authorized
- §1312.1. Assistance in installation and use of a wire, oral, or electronic intercepting device
PART III. PEN REGISTERS AND TRAP AND TRACE DEVICES
- §1313. Pen registers and trap and trace devices, use prohibited
- §1314. Application for an order for a pen register or a trap and trace device
- §1315. Issuance of an order for a pen register or a trap and trace device
- §1316. Assistance in installation and use of a pen register, a trap and trace device, or a cellular tracking device
- §1317. Application for an order for use of a cellular tracking device
- §1318. Issuance of an order for a cellular tracking device
CHAPTER 11. LOUISIANA RACKETEERING ACT
- §1351. Short title
- §1352. Definitions
- §1353. Prohibited activities
- §1354. Penalties
- §1355. Arrest; warrant
- §1356. Civil remedies
CHAPTER 12. CRIMINAL STREET GANGS
- §1401. Citation
- §1402. Legislative findings and declaration
- §1403. Criminal street gangs and patterns of criminal street gang activity; prohibitions and criminal penalties
- §1403.1. Solicitation of membership in a criminal street gang; penalty
- §1404. Definitions
- §1405. Premises used by criminal street gang; nuisances; actions for injunction, abatement, and damages; other remedies for unlawful use; exceptions
- §1405.1. Civil cause of action by state and political subdivisions against criminal street gangs
- §1405.2. Possession of firearms, ammunition, and dangerous weapons by criminal street gangs; forfeiture
- §1405.3. Notification of the release of a member of a criminal street gang
- §1406. Mutual aid activities; labor organizations
- §1407. Local laws; no preemption
CHAPTER 13. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND
- §1421. Short title
- §1422. Legislative findings and declaration
- §1423. Definitions
- §1424. Juvenile delinquency and gang prevention advisory boards; membership
- §1425. Purposes
- §1426. Powers and duties
- §1427. Establishment
- §1428. Delinquency prevention plan; programs; grants
- §1429. Grant application procedures
- §1430. Restrictions
CHAPTER 13-A. JUVENILE JURISDICTION
- §1441. Short title
- §1442. Louisiana Juvenile Jurisdiction Planning Implementation Committee; composition; authority; responsibilities
CHAPTER 14. INTERAGENCY AGREEMENTS FOR
- §1461. Repealed by Acts 2005, No. 119, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
- §1462. Repealed by Acts 2005, No. 119, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
- §1463. Repealed by Acts 2005, No. 119, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
- §1464. Repealed by Acts 2005, No. 119, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.
CHAPTER 14. ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES ACT
- §1501. Citation
- §1502. Legislative findings and declaration
- §1503. Definitions
- §1504. Mandatory reports and immunity
- §1505. Contents of report and agency to receive report
- §1506. Receipt of reports
- §1507. Investigation of reports, assessment, actions taken, and court orders
- §1508. Petition for hearing, criminal proceedings, and subpoenas
- §1509. Hearing
- §1510. Implementation
- §1511. Emergency protective services; ex parte order
CHAPTER 15. WITNESS PROTECTION SERVICES
- §1601. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1602. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1603. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1604. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1605. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1606. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1607. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1608. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1609. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1610. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1611. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1612. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1613. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.
- §1614. Repealed by Acts 2019, No. 434, §2A, eff. June 30, 2019.