Convictions on any federal white collar crime will likely have serious repercussions on every aspect of your life. Since so much is at stake, anyone who is even suspected of a federal white collar offense should take immediate action to protect his or her rights and future. At Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm, our legal team includes a former federal prosecutor and a former U.S. Attorney who understand what the system is like and what it will take to develop a comprehensive and capable defense.Read More
The financial burdens that are imposed on the families of catastrophic accident victims can seem almost impossible to overcome. At Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm, our lawyers understand exactly how much you and your family will depend upon the outcome of this claim, and we will do everything we can to help you recover compensation that will offset the financial burden associated with your pain and suffering.Read More
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Attorney Donald Cazayoux of the Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm was recently named a 2016 Super Lawyer for Criminal Defense.
Attorneys Don Cazayoux and Lane Ewing of Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm are representing a group of painters from Baton Rouge who have filed a class action complaint against their former employe stating that they were wrongfully denied overtime wages.
Attorneys Don Cazayoux and Lane Ewing of the Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm recently volunteered at Louisiana State Bar Association’s “Lawyers in Libraries,” an event in which lawyers seek to help the public become aware of options available to them when they cannot afford an attorney.
A recent article in The Washington Post details the alarming process by which prosecutors and court officials redefined a legal term in order to penalize a politician for engaging in previously non-criminal activities normally associated with politics.