Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure

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  • Title I. Preliminary Provisions and General Powers of Courts
  • Title II. District Attorney and Attorney General
  • Title III. The Coroner and Other Officers
  • Title IV. Search Warrants
  • Title V. Arrest
  • Title VI. Extradition
  • Title VII. Preliminary Examination
  • Title VIII. Bail
  • Title IX. Habeas Corpus
  • Title X. Instituting Criminal Prosecutions
  • Title XI. Qualifications and Selection of Grand and Petit Jurors
  • Title XII. The Grand Jury
  • Title XIII. Indictment and Information
  • Title XIV. Right to Counsel
  • Title XIV-A. Pretrial Motions
  • Title XV. Motion to Quash
  • Title XVI. Arraignment and Pleas
  • Title XVII. Time Limitations
  • Title XVIII. Double Jeopardy
  • Title XIX. Jurisdiction and Venue
  • Title XX. Change of Venue
  • Title XXI. Insanity Proceedings
  • Title XXII. Recusation of Judges and District Attorneys
  • Title XXIII. Dismissal of Prosecution
  • Title XXIV. Procedures Prior to Trial
  • Title XXV. Compulsory Process
  • Title XXVI. Trial Procedure
  • Title XXVII. Presence of Defendant
  • Title XXVIII. Bill of Exceptions
  • Title XXIX. Motions for New Trial and in Arrest of Judgment
  • Title XXX. Sentence
  • Title XXXI. Appeal
  • Title XXXI-A. Post Conviction Relief
  • Title XXXII. Definitions
  • Title XXXIII. Emergency or Disaster Provisions
  • Title XXXIV. Expungement of Records

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