Elizabeth B Carpenter is an experienced attorney New Orleans who focuses on Criminal Defense New Orleans, DWI New Orleans, Personal Injury and Administrative Law ( Louisiana State Board of Nursing Defense Attorney ). She received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University Law School. As an undergraduate, she extensively studied French Language and Literature with honors and attended L’Université d’Orléans France. Before her legal career, she worked in the field of mental health while completing graduate studies in Psychology. Ms. Carpenter is a member and supporter of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Louisiana Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Louisiana Association for Justice. She has also volunteered her time working as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate).
Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law Firmfocuses on New Orleans Criminal Defense, DWI, Personal Injury and Louisiana State Board of Nursing Defense. We have successfully represented clients in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Lafayette, Plaquemines, St. John, St. Tammany, St. James, Assumption, Tangipahoa, Terrebonne and St. Charles Parishes. Our firm’s mission is to provide you with exceptional, personalized and professional service. We understand that facing any type of criminal charge can be the most stressful, embarrassing and confusing experience of a lifetime. It is our job to fight for your constitutional rights and hold the state to its burden of proof -- guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. We will work with you to develop an effective defense strategy, reduce the charges against you, increase your chances of winning at trial and reduce the long-term consequences of any guilty plea. While we cannot guarantee a favorable outcome in any case, we can promise to give you endless determination and effort while working with you. We take pride in our history of getting the best possible results for our clients.
Some of our criminal defense practice areas include:
• Armed Robbery
• Domestic Violence
• Sex Crimes
• Drug Crimes
• Protective Orders
• Weapons Charges
• White Collar Crime
• Juvenile Justice
• Post Conviction Issues
• Probation Violations
If you've been arrested, contacted by law enforcement, or if you are being accused of a crime but no charges have been filed yet, you need to speak with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible! This is the single most important time for a criminal attorney to get involved. Many legal rights have time-specific deadlines and legal matters will become harder to manage successfully the longer they are left unattended.
Contact our New Orleans criminal defense law firm today to schedule a consultation! We are available 24/7!