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Driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol has become an increasingly serious criminal charge in Louisiana. DWIs carry tough penalties, such as license suspension, large fines and even jail time on a first or second offense. Third or fourth DWI offenses are felonies with automatic jail time and lengthy drivers’ license suspension. Lieu T. Vo Clark will help you fight your charges and fight to preserve your driving privileges and freedom.
Lieu T. Vo Clark is an experienced appellate attorney who has had cases reversed at the appellate court level with favorable outcomes for her clients. If you have been convicted of a criminal offense, contact the Law Office of Lieu T. Vo Clark to discuss your appellate rights as well as your rights to post conviction relief.
If you are arrested for a criminal offense, you need a skilled and experienced attorney in your corner fighting for you. Lieu T. Vo Clark has been representing clients in criminal courts for over 22 years and has been vigilantly protecting the rights of the accused guaranteed by the Constitution. Ms. Clark will be your advocate before the prosecuting attorney, the judge, and the jury.
A personal injury occurs when a person suffers physical, emotional, or financial harm because of the neglect or wrongdoing of another party. If you have been injured, and it's another's fault, contact the Law Office of Lieu T. Vo Clark. Ms. Clark will work to ensure that you receive just and fair compensation for your injuries. She will personally handle your case and take the time to explain your legal rights to you.
Conviction vacated on appeal and Mr. Andrus was acquitted due to insufficient evidence.
Conviction vacated on appeal due to a violation of the Fourth Amendment's protection against unlawful searches and seizures. Case was ultimately dismissed by the District Attorney's office.
Conviction vacated and Ms. Gilmore was exonerated of manslaughter due to insufficient evidence.
Conviction vacated and Mr. Jones was found not guilty of second degree murder by the Louisiana Supreme Court due to failure of the state to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Jones was guilty of murder.
Conviction vacated and Mr. Southall was found not guilty by the First Circuit Court of Appeal and his 20 year habitual offender sentence was vacated. The Court ordered Mr. Southall be discharged and released from the Department of Corrections.