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CCRP 1 – Short title; citation of code
CCRP 2 – Purpose and construction
CCRP 3 – Procedures not otherwise specified
CCRP 4 – Number; gender
CCRP 5 – Mandatory and permissive language
CCRP 6 – Conjunctive, disjunctive, or both
CCRP 7 – Municipal and parochial officers included
CCRP 8 – Assistants and deputies included
CCRP 9 – References to code articles or statutory sections
CCRP 10 – Article headings, source notes, and comments not part of law
CCRP 11 – Clerical and typographical errors disregarded
CCRP 12 – Pleading a statute
CCRP 13 – Computation of time
CCRP 14 – Oath or affirmation in criminal proceedings; witness
CCRP 14.1 – Filing of pleadings and documents by facsimile transmission
CCRP 15 – Courts to which applicable; military not affected
CCRP 16 – Jurisdiction and powers of courts
CCRP 17 – Inherent power and authority of courts
CCRP 18 – Adoption of local rules of court
CCRP 19 – Special sessions of court
CCRP 20 – Contempt of court; kinds of contempt
CCRP 21 – Direct contempt
CCRP 22 – Procedure for punishing direct contempt
CCRP 22.1 – Direct contempt; fingerprinting and photographing; exceptions
CCRP 23 – Constructive contempt
CCRP 24 – Procedure for punishing constructive contempt
CCRP 25 – Penalties for contempt
CCRP 25.1 – Appointment of interpreter for non-english-speaking persons
CCRP 26 – Power to order peace bonds
CCRP 27 – Application for peace bond; examination
CCRP 28 – Issuance of summons or warrant of arrest
CCRP 29 – Peace bond hearing; costs
CCRP 30 – The peace bond
CCRP 31 – Failure to give peace bond; effect
CCRP 32 – Forfeiture of peace bond
CCRP 33 – Automatic discharge
CCRP 61 – District attorney; powers and duties
CCRP 62 – Authority of attorney general; supervision of district attorney
CCRP 63 – District attorney; assistance of other counsel
CCRP 64 – Relationship of district attorney with grand jury
CCRP 65 – Defense of prosecution unlawful
CCRP 66 – Subpoena of witness to appear before attorney general and district attorney
CCRP 67 – Repealed by acts 1999, no. 718, 1.
CCRP 101 – Abolition of coroner's jury and inquest; investigation by coroner
CCRP 102 – Autopsy
CCRP 103 – Subpoena of witnesses; testimony; subpoena duces tecum; issuance
CCRP 104 – Employment of expert assistants
CCRP 105 – Coroner's report; admissibility in evidence
CCRP 106 – Arrest of criminal suspect
CCRP 131 – Duties and powers
CCRP 161 – Property subject to seizure
CCRP 162 – Issuance of warrant; affidavit; description
CCRP 162.1 – Warrant issued upon oral testimony
CCRP 163 – Officer to whom directed; time for execution
CCRP 163.1 – Search of a person for bodily samples; warrants; execution
CCRP 164 – Means and force in executing warrant
CCRP 165 – Authority of peace officer in executing a search warrant
CCRP 166 – Receipt for seized property
CCRP 167 – Custody of seized property; disposition
CCRP 201 – Arrest defined
CCRP 202 – Warrant of arrest; issuance
CCRP 203 – Form and contents of warrant
CCRP 204 – Execution of warrant
CCRP 205 – Effective period
CCRP 206 – Procedure when warrant defective
CCRP 207 – Procedure when arrest made for offense triable in another parish
CCRP 208 – Summons; defined
CCRP 209 – When summons may be issued by magistrate
CCRP 210 – Service of summons
CCRP 211 – Summons by officer instead of arrest and booking
CCRP 211.1 – Criminal trespass; summons by officer instead of arrest
CCRP 211.2 – Issuing worthless checks; summons by peace officer instead of arrest
CCRP 211.3 – Littering; citation or summons by peace officer instead of arrest; affidavits
CCRP 211.4 – Driving without possession of a driver's license; summons by peace officer instead of arrest
CCRP 211.5 – Persons with outstanding warrant; arrest or release of person
CCRP 211.6 – Contempt; attachment of arrest for failing to appear; summons by peace officer instead of arrest
CCRP 212 – Securing jurisdiction over corporation, partnership, or other unincorporated association
CCRP 213 – Arrest by officer without warrant; when lawful
CCRP 214 – Arrest by private person; when lawful
CCRP 215 – Detention and arrest of shoplifters
CCRP 215.1 – Temporary questioning of persons in public places; frisk and search for weapons
CCRP 215.2 – Detaining of persons on premises of correctional institution for questioning about contraband; detention for arrest
CCRP 216 – Time and place of making arrest
CCRP 217 – Method of arrest by officer under warrant
CCRP 218 – Method of arrest without warrant
CCRP 218.1 – Advice of reasons for arrest or detention and of rights
CCRP 219 – Officer may summon assistance
CCRP 220 – Submission to arrest; use of force
CCRP 221 – Blood and saliva testing
CCRP 222 – Blood and saliva testing; expedited, nonincriminating procedure
CCRP 224 – Forcible entry in making arrest
CCRP 225 – Duty of peace officer as to weapons and incriminating articles
CCRP 226 – Duty of private person after making arrest
CCRP 227 – Rearrest after escape
CCRP 227.1 – Prevention of escape; use of force
CCRP 228 – Booking of arrested person, submission of booking information summary
CCRP 228.1 – Disposal of property of prisoners; orleans parish
CCRP 228.2 – Disposal of property of prisoners; orleans parish excepted
CCRP 228.3 – Disposal of unclaimed property seized in any criminal investigation; orleans parish excepted
CCRP 228.4 – Disposal of noncontraband unclaimed property seized in criminal investigations
CCRP 229 – Duties of officer in charge
CCRP 230 – Rights of person arrested
CCRP 230.1 – Maximum time for appearance before judge for the purpose of appointment of counsel; court discretion to fix bail at the appearance; extension of time limit for cause; effect of failure of
CCRP 230.2 – Probable cause determinations; persons arrested without a warrant and continued in custody
CCRP 231 – Close pursuit of person from another state; authority to arrest
CCRP 232 – Same; arrested person taken before judge for hearing
CCRP 233 – Electronic signature of offender; requirements
CCRP 261 – Special definitions
CCRP 262 – Extradition of wanted criminals
CCRP 262.1 – Extradition of persons not physically present in demanding state at the time of commission of crime
CCRP 263 – Form of demand for extradition; necessary papers
CCRP 264 – Investigation of demand by governor
CCRP 265 – Governor's warrant; issuance and recitals
CCRP 266 – Governor's warrant; execution and recall
CCRP 267 – Rights of accused; extradition hearing
CCRP 268 – Issues at extradition hearing; resulting orders
CCRP 269 – Arrest prior to demand for extradition; issuance of warrant
CCRP 270 – Commitment to await extradition
CCRP 271 – Bail in extradition cases
CCRP 272 – Persons under criminal prosecution or sentence in this state at time of requisition
CCRP 273 – Waiver of extradition proceedings
CCRP 274 – Application for issuance of requisition
CCRP 275 – Application for return of wanted fugitive
CCRP 276 – Documents to be filed with application for requisition
CCRP 277 – Appointment of agents to receive prisoner
CCRP 278 – Re-extradition agreements
CCRP 279 – Extradition costs and expenses
CCRP 280 – Immunity of extradited person from service of process in civil actions
CCRP 281 – No right of asylum or immunity from other criminal prosecutions
CCRP 291 – Authority to conduct preliminary examinations
CCRP 292 – Order for preliminary examination before and after indictment
CCRP 293 – Time for examination; procurement of counsel
CCRP 294 – Examination of witnesses; transcript of testimony
CCRP 295 – Admissibility of transcripts in other proceedings
CCRP 296 – Scope of preliminary examination before and after indictment
CCRP 297 – Transmission of transcripts and other evidence
CCRP 298 – Effect of informality in proceedings
CCRP 311 – Bail defined
CCRP 312 – Types and elections of bail
CCRP 313 – Surety
CCRP 314 – Commercial surety
CCRP 315 – Personal surety
CCRP 316 – Types of personal surety
CCRP 317 – Unsecured personal surety
CCRP 318 – Secured personal surety
CCRP 319 – Conditions for providing a property bond
CCRP 320 – Those who may not be sureties
CCRP 321 – Affidavit of surety
CCRP 322 – Declaration of residence by defendant and surety; social security number; waiver of notice
CCRP 323 – Signature or declaration of person unable to write
CCRP 324 – Cash deposits
CCRP 325 – Bail without surety
CCRP 325.1 – Repealed by acts 1983, no. 256, 1.
CCRP 326 – Condition of the bail undertaking
CCRP 327 – Requisites of the bail undertaking
CCRP 327.1 – Bail restrictions to be transmitted to louisiana protective order registry
CCRP 328 – Substitution of security
CCRP 329 – Contract to indemnify surety
CCRP 330 – Bail before conviction
CCRP 330.1 – Detention; bail hearing
CCRP 330.2 – Bail hearing for certain sex offenders; detention
CCRP 331 – Capital offenses
CCRP 332 – Bail after conviction
CCRP 333 – Authority to fix bail
CCRP 334 – Factors in determining amount of bail
CCRP 334.1 – Felony involving firearm; bail
CCRP 334.2 – Aarrest for a crime of violence or domestic abuse battery; release on own recognizance prohibited
CCRP 334.3 – Prohibition on subsequent bail obligation following revocation or forfeiture; certain offenses
CCRP 335 – Other conditions related to the appearance of defendant
CCRP 335.1 – Offenses against a family or household member or dating partner; provisions for forfeiture, arrest, modification
CCRP 336 – Release conditioned on participation in pretrial drug testing program
CCRP 336.1 – Conditions of release on bail; aggravated rape
CCRP 336.2 – Conditions of release on bail; operating a vehicle while intoxicated
CCRP 337 – Juvenile records to determine bail
CCRP 338 – Form and contents of bail order
CCRP 339 – Repealed by acts 2010, no. 914, §5.
CCRP 340 – Amount of bail in felony cases; schedules of bail in noncapital cases
CCRP 341 – Schedules of bail in misdemeanor cases
CCRP 342 – Increase or reduction of bail; sufficiency of security
CCRP 343 – Remedy for refusal of bail or excessive bail
CCRP 344 – Right to notice of time and place of defendant's required appearance
CCRP 345 – Surrender of defendant
CCRP 346 – Court order for arrest of defendant
CCRP 347 – Bail after surrender
CCRP 348 – Cancellation of bail bond
CCRP 349 – Forfeiture procedure
CCRP 349.1 – Failure to appear; issuance of arrest warrant
CCRP 349.2 – Proof necessary at bond forfeiture hearing
CCRP 349.3 – Notice of judgment
CCRP 349.4 – Recordation of judgment
CCRP 349.5 – Nullity actions, summary proceedings, and cumulative actions
CCRP 349.6 – Appeals
CCRP 349.7 – Enforcement of judgment
CCRP 349.8 – Satisfaction of judgment of bond forfeiture
CCRP 349.9 – Nonforfeiture situations
CCRP 351 – Habeas corpus; definition
CCRP 352 – Venue
CCRP 353 – Application for writ; form and contents
CCRP 354 – Granting of writ; time and place for answer
CCRP 355 – Persons authorized to make service; proof of service
CCRP 356 – Method of service
CCRP 357 – Answer; production of person in custody
CCRP 358 – Transfer of custody; answer
CCRP 359 – Nonproduction of person confined; justification
CCRP 360 – Hearing
CCRP 361 – Custody without court order
CCRP 362 – Custody with court order
CCRP 363 – Effect of appeal
CCRP 364 – New warrant; when issued
CCRP 365 – Burden of proof
CCRP 366 – Custody pendente lite
CCRP 367 – Rearrest after discharge
CCRP 368 – Disobedience of writ or judgment; contempt
CCRP 369 – Appeal not permitted
CCRP 370 – Custody pending application for writs
CCRP 381 – Nature of criminal prosecution
CCRP 382 – Methods of instituting criminal prosecutions
CCRP 383 – Indictment
CCRP 384 – Information
CCRP 385 – Affidavit
CCRP 386 – Institution of prosecution after discharge at preliminary examination; after failure of grand jury to indict
CCRP 401 – General qualifications of jurors
CCRP 401.1 – Court instructions for interpreter
CCRP 402 – Repealed by acts 1974, ex.sess., no. 20, 1, eff. january 1, 1975
CCRP 403 – Exemption from jury service
CCRP 403.1 – Disqualification for undue hardship
CCRP 404 – Appointment of jury commission; term of office; oath; quorum; performance of function in the parish of east baton rouge by the judicial administrator; performance of function in the parish
CCRP 404.1 – Powers, duties, and functions of the board of jury commissioners in parishes of four hundred seventy-five thousand or more
CCRP 405 – Notice of jury commission meetings
CCRP 406 – Powers of jury commission; penalty for disobedience of commission process
CCRP 407 – Administration of oath to witnesses
CCRP 408 – Selection of general venire in parishes other than orleans
CCRP 408.1 – Initial selection of general venire; source
CCRP 409 – Selection of general venire in orleans parish
CCRP 409.1 – Orleans parish central jury pool
CCRP 409.2 – Jefferson parish central jury pool
CCRP 409.3 – Central jury pools; local rules
CCRP 409.4 – Nineteenth judicial district court central jury pool
CCRP 409.5 – One day/one trial jury system
CCRP 410 – Revising and supplementing the general venire
CCRP 411 – Drawing of grand jury venire; disposition of slips; jury box; subpoena of persons on grand jury venire
CCRP 412 – Drawing grand jury venire and subpoena of veniremen; orleans parish
CCRP 413 – Method of impaneling of grand jury; selection of foreman
CCRP 414 – Time for impaneling grand juries; period of service
CCRP 415 – Method of filling vacancies on grand jury
CCRP 415.1 – Selection of additional grand juries
CCRP 415.2 – Duration of additional grand juries; extension of impanelment
CCRP 416 – Drawing petit jury venire in parishes other than orleans; term of service
CCRP 416.1 – One-step qualification/summoning
CCRP 417 – Proces verbal; summoning of petit jurors; parishes other than orleans
CCRP 418 – Drawing petit jury venire in orleans parish; number chosen; term of service; petit jury venire list
CCRP 419 – Challenge of venire not permitted except for fraud or irreparable injury or systematic exclusion based on race
CCRP 431 – Oath of grand jury
CCRP 432 – Charge to grand jury
CCRP 433 – Persons present during grand jury sessions
CCRP 434 – Secrecy of grand jury meetings; procedures for crimes in other parishes
CCRP 435 – Meetings of grand jury
CCRP 436 – The foreman; rules of procedure
CCRP 437 – Inquiry into offenses; authority and duties
CCRP 438 – Duty of grand juror having knowledge of offense; investigation
CCRP 439 – Subpoena of witnesses to appear before the grand jury
CCRP 439.1 – Witnesses; authority to compel testimony and evidence
CCRP 440 – Administration of oath to witnesses
CCRP 441 – Administration of oath to other persons
CCRP 442 – Evidence to be received by grand jury
CCRP 443 – When indictment to be found
CCRP 444 – Action by grand jury
CCRP 461 – Special definitions
CCRP 462 – Form of grand jury indictment
CCRP 463 – Form of information
CCRP 464 – Nature and contents of indictment
CCRP 465 – Specific indictment forms
CCRP 466 – Name of defendant
CCRP 467 – Naming corporation, partnership or other unincorporated association
CCRP 468 – Date and time
CCRP 469 – Venue and place
CCRP 470 – Value, price, or damage
CCRP 471 – Ownership
CCRP 472 – General intent
CCRP 473 – Identification of victim
CCRP 474 – Property described as money
CCRP 475 – Description of written instruments and printed objects
CCRP 476 – Description of spoken or written matter
CCRP 477 – Meaning of words and phrases
CCRP 478 – Judgments and other determinations
CCRP 479 – Exceptions
CCRP 480 – Conjunctive charging
CCRP 481 – Theft
CCRP 482 – Alternative offenses; special joinder rules
CCRP 483 – Allegations of prior convictions
CCRP 484 – Bill of particulars
CCRP 485 – Effect of inconsistent or limiting allegations of bill of particulars
CCRP 486 – Repugnancy; surplusage
CCRP 487 – Defective indictment; amendment
CCRP 487.1 – Indictment for driving while intoxicated; amendment
CCRP 488 – Variances; amendment
CCRP 489 – Continuance where amendment prejudicial
CCRP 490 – Counts
CCRP 491 – Arts. 491, 492 repealed by acts 1975, no. 528, 1
CCRP 493 – Joinder of offenses
CCRP 493.1 – Joinder of misdemeanors; penalties
CCRP 493.2 – Joinder of felonies; mode of trial
CCRP 494 – Joinder of defendants
CCRP 495 – Objections to misjoinder
CCRP 495.1 – Severance of offenses
CCRP 496 – Warrant of arrest on indictment or information
CCRP 497 – Summons in misdemeanor cases
CCRP 498 – Copy of indictment or information
CCRP 499 – Aids testing of the accused
CCRP 511 – Right to counsel
CCRP 512 – Assignment of counsel in capital cases
CCRP 513 – Assignment of counsel in other cases
CCRP 514 – Minute entry regarding counsel
CCRP 515 – Substitution of counsel
CCRP 516 – Belated pleas and motions; when authorized
CCRP 517 – Joint representation of co-defendants; duty of court
CCRP 521 – Time for filing of pretrial motions
CCRP 522 – Hearings on motions; audio-visual appearance
CCRP 523 – Notice for hearing of pretrial motions; dismissal
CCRP 531 – Motion to quash; nature of motion
CCRP 532 – General grounds for motion to quash
CCRP 533 – Special grounds for motion to quash grand jury indictment
CCRP 534 – Special grounds for motion to quash information
CCRP 535 – Time to file motion to quash
CCRP 536 – Form and contents of motion to quash; place to file
CCRP 537 – Trial of issues arising on motion to quash
CCRP 538 – Effect of sustaining motion to quash
CCRP 551 – Arraignment of defendant
CCRP 551.1 – Substitution of railroad defendant at arraignment
CCRP 552 – Pleas at the arraignment
CCRP 553 – Method of pleading
CCRP 554 – Effect of failure to plead
CCRP 555 – Waivers
CCRP 556 – Plea of guilty or nolo contendere in misdemeanor cases; duty of court
CCRP 556.1 – Plea of guilty or nolo contendere in felony cases; duty of court
CCRP 557 – Plea of guilty in capital cases
CCRP 558 – Plea of guilty of lesser included offense
CCRP 558.1 – Adjudication of not guilty by reason of insanity
CCRP 559 – Withdrawal or setting aside of plea of guilty
CCRP 560 – Change of plea of not guilty to guilty
CCRP 561 – Change of plea of “not guilty” to “not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity”
CCRP 571 – Crimes for which there is no time limitation
CCRP 571.1 – Time limitation for certain sex offenses
CCRP 572 – Limitation of prosecution of noncapital offenses
CCRP 573 – Running of time limitations; exception
CCRP 573.1 – Running of time limitations; exception; exploitation of the infirmed
CCRP 574 – Conviction and punishment for lesser offenses; limitations applicable
CCRP 575 – Interruption of time limitations
CCRP 576 – Filing of new charges upon dismissal of prosecution
CCRP 577 – Pleading of limitation; burden of proof
CCRP 578 – General rule
CCRP 579 – Interruption of time limitation
CCRP 580 – Suspension of time limitations
CCRP 581 – Expiration of limitations; motion to quash; effect
CCRP 582 – Time limitations; effect of new trial
CCRP 583 – Interruption of time limitation where new trial
CCRP 591 – Double jeopardy; definition
CCRP 592 – When jeopardy begins
CCRP 593 – Method of pleading
CCRP 594 – Method of trial; time for disposition
CCRP 595 – Double jeopardy; when not applicable
CCRP 596 – Requirements for double jeopardy
CCRP 597 – Prosecution in other jurisdiction
CCRP 598 – Effect of verdict
CCRP 611 – Venue; trial where offense committed
CCRP 612 – Offenses on railway trains, vessels, aircraft, or other vehicles
CCRP 613 – Jurisdiction of court where body of water is parish boundary
CCRP 614 – Venue where offense committed within one hundred feet of parish boundary
CCRP 615 – Improper venue; pleading
CCRP 621 – Motion; form; time for filing
CCRP 622 – Grounds for change of venue
CCRP 623 – Change granted; transfer
CCRP 623.1 – Capital cases; transfer of jury
CCRP 624 – Grant of change of venue; procedure
CCRP 625 – Transfer of defendant in custody
CCRP 626 – Change of venue where defendant is on bail
CCRP 627 – Appeals
CCRP 641 – Mental incapacity to proceed defined
CCRP 642 – How mental incapacity is raised; effect
CCRP 643 – Order for mental examination
CCRP 644 – Appointment of sanity commission; examination of defendant
CCRP 644.1 – Sanity proceedings for juvenile defendants transferred to criminal court
CCRP 645 – Report of sanity commission
CCRP 646 – Examination by physician retained by defense or district attorney
CCRP 647 – Determination of mental capacity to proceed
CCRP 648 – Procedure after determination of mental capacity or incapacity
CCRP 648.1 – Information required prior to admission
CCRP 649 – Procedure when capacity regained
CCRP 649.1 – Prescribed medication; administration
CCRP 650 – Mental examination after plea of insanity
CCRP 651 – When defense of insanity at time of offense is available; method of trial
CCRP 652 – Burden of proof
CCRP 653 – Testimony of members of sanity commission
CCRP 654 – Legal effect of acquittal on ground of insanity; commitment
CCRP 654.1 – Information required prior to admission
CCRP 655 – Application for discharge or release on probation; review panel
CCRP 656 – Additional mental examinations
CCRP 657 – Discharge or release; hearing
CCRP 657.1 – Conditional release; criteria
CCRP 657.2 – Conditional release; additional requirements
CCRP 658 – Probation; conditional release; reporting
CCRP 659 – Costs of mental examinations prior to commitment
CCRP 660 – Institutional costs after commitment
CCRP 661 – Progress reports; responsibility to furnish
CCRP 671 – Grounds for recusation of judge
CCRP 672 – Recusation on court's own motion; by supreme court
CCRP 673 – Judge may act until recused
CCRP 674 – Procedure for recusation of trial judge
CCRP 675 – Selection of judge ad hoc to try motion to recuse
CCRP 676 – Judge ad hoc to try case when judge recused
CCRP 677 – Supreme court appointment of judge ad hoc
CCRP 678 – Recusation of judge ad hoc
CCRP 679 – Recusation of an appellate judge and a supreme court justice
CCRP 680 – Grounds for recusation of district attorney
CCRP 681 – Procedure for recusation of district attorney
CCRP 682 – Appointment of substitute for a recused district attorney
CCRP 683 – Disability or absence of district attorney
CCRP 683.1 – Costs of prosecution and investigation
CCRP 684 – Review of recusation ruling
CCRP 691 – Dismissal of prosecution by district attorney
CCRP 692 – Dismissal of indictment after conviction
CCRP 693 – Effect of dismissal
CCRP 701 – Right to a speedy trial
CCRP 702 – Setting cases for trial
CCRP 703 – Motion to suppress evidence
CCRP 704 – Severance
CCRP 705 – Effects of severance
CCRP 706 – Consolidation for trial
CCRP 707 – Motion for continuance; time for filing
CCRP 708 – Continuance and recess; definitions
CCRP 709 – Continuance based on absence of a witness
CCRP 710 – Prevention of continuance by admission of adverse party
CCRP 711 – Trial of motion
CCRP 712 – Discretionary grounds
CCRP 713 – Peremptory grounds
CCRP 714 – Continuance to defendants jointly indicted
CCRP 715 – Continuance to definite date or indefinitely
CCRP 716 – Statements by the defendant
CCRP 717 – Defendant's prior criminal record
CCRP 718 – Documents and tangible objects
CCRP 719 – Reports of examinations and tests
CCRP 720 – Evidence of other crimes
CCRP 721 – Statements of coconspirators
CCRP 722 – Confessions and inculpatory statements of codefendants
CCRP 723 – State reports and other matters not subject to disclosure
CCRP 724 – Documents and tangible objects
CCRP 725 – Reports of examinations and tests
CCRP 726 – Notice of defense based upon mental condition
CCRP 727 – Notice of alibi
CCRP 728 – Defense information and other matters not subject to disclosure
CCRP 729 – Time and scope of motion by defendant
CCRP 729.1 – Court's disposition of motion for discovery; vacation or restriction of order
CCRP 729.2 – Time, place and manner of discovery and inspection
CCRP 729.3 – Continuing duty to disclose
CCRP 729.4 – Pretrial conferences
CCRP 729.5 – Failure to comply; sanctions
CCRP 729.6 – Applicability of discovery
CCRP 731 – Issuance of subpoenas
CCRP 732 – Subpoena duces tecum
CCRP 732.1 – Subpoena duces tecum regarding sex offenses against victims who are minors
CCRP 733 – Form
CCRP 734 – Service of subpoena by sheriff; investigators
CCRP 735 – Types of service
CCRP 736 – Return of subpoena by sheriff
CCRP 737 – Contempt; attachment of witnesses failing to appear
CCRP 738 – Number of witnesses allowed
CCRP 739 – Indigent defendant
CCRP 740 – Restrictions on subpoenas; members of the legislature and personnel
CCRP 741 – Method of obtaining a witness from another state
CCRP 742 – Method of summoning a witness in this state to testify in another state
CCRP 743 – Exemption from arrest and service of process
CCRP 744 – Witness; state; defined
CCRP 761 – Commencement of trial
CCRP 761.1 – Homicide victim's picture; possession by family member in courtroom
CCRP 762 – Place of sessions of court
CCRP 763 – Proceedings on holidays
CCRP 764 – Exclusion of witnesses
CCRP 765 – Normal order of trial
CCRP 766 – Opening statement by state; scope
CCRP 767 – Same; prohibition against adverting to confessions
CCRP 768 – Same; use of confession or inculpatory statement; notice to defendant prior to opening statement
CCRP 769 – Same; effect on introduction of evidence
CCRP 770 – Prejudicial remarks; basis of mistrial
CCRP 771 – Admonition
CCRP 772 – Comment on facts by judge in jury's presence prohibited
CCRP 773 – Order of evidence; foundation
CCRP 774 – Argument; scope
CCRP 775 – Mistrial; grounds for
CCRP 775.1 – Automatic stay following order of mistrial
CCRP 776 – Oath of witness
CCRP 777 – Recordation of proceedings
CCRP 778 – Motion for acquittal
CCRP 779 – Trial of misdemeanors
CCRP 780 – Right to waive trial by jury
CCRP 781 – Charges in cases tried without a jury
CCRP 782 – Number of jurors composing jury; number which must concur; waiver
CCRP 783 – Excusing, tendering, and attachment of members of the venire
CCRP 784 – Method of selecting panel
CCRP 785 – Tales jurors
CCRP 786 – Examination of jurors
CCRP 787 – Disqualification of petit jurors in particular cases
CCRP 788 – Tendering jurors
CCRP 789 – Alternate jurors
CCRP 790 – Swearing of jurors
CCRP 791 – Sequestration of jurors and jury
CCRP 792 – Selection of foreman
CCRP 793 – Use of evidence in jury room; reading of recorded testimony; jurors' notes
CCRP 794 – Removal of jury
CCRP 795 – Time for challenges; method; peremptory challenges based on race or gender; restrictions
CCRP 796 – Removal of juror after swearing
CCRP 797 – Challenge for cause
CCRP 798 – Causes for challenge by the state
CCRP 799 – Number of peremptory challenges
CCRP 799.1 – Challenges; use of all available challenges
CCRP 800 – Objection to ruling on challenge for cause
CCRP 801 – Time for charge; when written charge required
CCRP 802 – General charge; scope
CCRP 803 – Same; charge as to included minor offenses and plea of insanity
CCRP 804 – Same; charge as to presumption of innocence, reasonable doubt, and several grades of offense
CCRP 805 – Same; charge as to verdict acquitting on account of insanity
CCRP 806 – Prohibited charges
CCRP 807 – Special written charges
CCRP 808 – Manner of giving further charges after jury retires
CCRP 809 – Judge to give jury written list of responsive verdicts
CCRP 810 – Form of verdict; delivery of verdict
CCRP 811 – Receipt and recordation of verdict
CCRP 812 – Same; polling and disposition of jury
CCRP 813 – Improper verdict; procedure
CCRP 814 – Responsive verdicts; in particular
CCRP 815 – Responsive verdicts; in general
CCRP 816 – Verdict acquitting on account of insanity
CCRP 817 – Qualifying verdicts
CCRP 818 – Separate verdict for each defendant
CCRP 819 – Separate verdict for each count
CCRP 820 – Application of chapter to cases tried without a jury
CCRP 821 – Motion for post verdict judgment of acquittal
CCRP 822 – Motion for amending or modifying sentence
CCRP 831 – Presence of defendant when prosecution is for felony
CCRP 832 – Continued presence not required
CCRP 833 – Presence of defendant when prosecution is for misdemeanor
CCRP 834 – When presence of defendant not necessary
CCRP 835 – Presence of defendant at pronouncement of sentence
CCRP 836 – Presence of corporation or association
CCRP 841 – Bill of exceptions unnecessary; objections required
CCRP 842 – Codefendants; presumption as to objections
CCRP 843 – Recording of proceedings
CCRP 844 – Assignment of errors; sanctions for failure to file timely
CCRP 845 – Repealed by acts 1982, no. 143, 3
CCRP 851 – Grounds for new trial
CCRP 852 – Form, content, and trial of motion for new trial
CCRP 853 – Time for filing motion for new trial
CCRP 854 – Newly discovered evidence; necessary allegations
CCRP 855 – Errors discovered after verdict or judgment of guilty; necessary allegations
CCRP 856 – Motion to urge all available grounds; exceptions
CCRP 857 – Effect of granting new trial
CCRP 858 – Review of ruling on motion for new trial
CCRP 859 – Grounds for arrest of judgment
CCRP 860 – Form, content, and trial of motion in arrest
CCRP 861 – Time for filing motion in arrest
CCRP 862 – Effect of sustaining motion in arrest of judgment
CCRP 871 – Sentence defined; pronouncing and recording of sentence; certification of conviction
CCRP 871.1 – Sentencing orders to be sent to louisiana protective order registry
CCRP 872 – Basis for valid sentence
CCRP 873 – Delay between conviction and sentence
CCRP 874 – Prompt sentence required; relief by writs
CCRP 875 – Presentence investigation; juvenile records; drug screening
CCRP 875.1 – Repealed by acts 1995, no. 942, 3.
CCRP 876 – Sentence for crime committed as a child
CCRP 877 – Protection of investigation reports
CCRP 878 – Cruel or unusual punishment
CCRP 879 – Determinate sentence required
CCRP 880 – Credit for prior custody
CCRP 881 – Amendment of sentence
CCRP 881.1 – Motion to reconsider sentence
CCRP 881.2 – Review of sentence
CCRP 881.3 – Record on review of sentence
CCRP 881.4 – Action by appellate court
CCRP 881.5 – Correction of illegal sentence by trial court
CCRP 881.6 – Repealed by acts 1995, no. 942, 3.
CCRP 882 – Correction of illegal sentence; review of illegal sentence
CCRP 883 – Concurrent and consecutive sentences
CCRP 883.1 – Sentences concurrent with sentences of other jurisdictions
CCRP 883.2 – Restitution to victim
CCRP 884 – Sentence of fine with imprisonment for default
CCRP 885 – Release on payment of fine and costs
CCRP 885.1 – Suspension of driving privileges; failure to pay criminal fines
CCRP 886 – Enforcement of fine by civil process; offset of tax refund
CCRP 886.1 – Judgment for fines and costs declared executory; required notice
CCRP 887 – Defendant's liability for costs; suspension of costs; no advance costs
CCRP 888 – Costs and fines; payment
CCRP 889 – Collection and disposition of fines, costs, and forfeitures
CCRP 890 – Method of service of sentence of imprisonment; labor and confinement; workday release program
CCRP 890.1 – Sentence imposed on crimes of violence
CCRP 890.2 – Fines for individual defendants
CCRP 891 – Forfeiture of weapons
CCRP 892 – Post-sentence statement by sheriff; accompanying documents
CCRP 892.1 – Driver improvement programs
CCRP 892.2 – Notice of controlled dangerous substance conviction; licensing authority
CCRP 892.3 – Transfer of foreign nationals or citizens; treaty
CCRP 893 – Suspension and deferral of sentence and probation in felony cases
CCRP 893.1 – Motion to invoke firearm sentencing provision
CCRP 893.2 – Discharge, use, or possession of firearm in commission of a felony or a specifically enumerated misdemeanor; hearing
CCRP 893.3 – Sentence imposed on felony or specifically enumerated misdemeanor in which firearm was possessed, used, or discharged
CCRP 893.4 – Inapplicability to unintentional felonies
CCRP 893.5 – Community service in lieu of imprisonment
CCRP 894 – Suspension and deferral of sentence; probation in misdemeanor cases
CCRP 894.1 – Sentencing guidelines; generally
CCRP 894.2 – Home incarceration; requirements
CCRP 894.3 – Notice to victim for sentencing
CCRP 894.4 – Probation; extension
CCRP 895 – Conditions of probation
CCRP 895.1 – Probation; restitution; judgment for restitution; fees
CCRP 895.2 – Probation; restitution for values of wildlife
CCRP 895.3 – Probationer transferred between states; fees
CCRP 895.4 – Probation; fees; certified crime stoppers organizations
CCRP 895.5 – Restitution recovery division; district attorneys; establishment
CCRP 896 – Modifying or changing conditions of probation
CCRP 897 – Termination of probation or suspended sentence; discharge of defendant
CCRP 898 – Satisfaction of suspended sentence and probation
CCRP 899 – Arrest or summons for violation of probation
CCRP 900 – Violation hearing; sanctions
CCRP 901 – Revocation for commission of another offense
CCRP 901.1 – Additional sanctions for probation revocation
CCRP 902 – Drug addict; pre-sentence investigation; voluntary treatment; conditions of probation
CCRP 905 – Capital cases; sentencing hearing required; delay; waiver
CCRP 905.1 – Sentencing hearing jury; commencement
CCRP 905.2 – Sentencing hearing; procedure and evidence; jury instructions
CCRP 905.3 – Sentence of death; jury findings
CCRP 905.4 – Aggravating circumstances
CCRP 905.5 – Mitigating circumstances
CCRP 905.5.1 – Mental retardation
CCRP 905.6 – Jury; unanimous determination
CCRP 905.7 – Form of determination
CCRP 905.8 – Imposition of sentence
CCRP 905.9 – Review on appeal
CCRP 911 – Right to appeal from judgment
CCRP 912 – Judgments or rulings appealable
CCRP 912.1 – Right of appeal and application for review; defendant
CCRP 913 – Effect of appeal
CCRP 914 – Method and time of appeal
CCRP 914.1 – Designation of record; payment of costs; sanction
CCRP 915 – Action on a motion for appeal; return; notice
CCRP 915.1 – Appeals; extension of return date; notice
CCRP 916 – Divesting of jurisdiction of trial court
CCRP 917 – Record on appeal; preparation
CCRP 918 – Record on appeal; certified and dated
CCRP 919 – Record on appeal; preparation and delivery of transcripts
CCRP 919.1 – Record on appeal; contempt
CCRP 920 – Scope of appellate review
CCRP 921 – Matters not grounds for reversal
CCRP 922 – Finality of judgment on appeal
CCRP 923 – Duty of clerk as to final decisions in appellate court
CCRP 924 – Definitions
CCRP 924.1 – Effect of appeal
CCRP 925 – Venue
CCRP 926 – Petition
CCRP 926.1 – Application for dna testing
CCRP 927 – Procedural objections; answer
CCRP 928 – Dismissal upon the pleadings
CCRP 929 – Summary disposition
CCRP 930 – Evidentiary hearing
CCRP 930.1 – Judgment granting or denying relief under articles 928, 929, and 930
CCRP 930.2 – Burden of proof
CCRP 930.3 – Grounds
CCRP 930.4 – Repetitive applications
CCRP 930.5 – Custody pending retrial; bail
CCRP 930.6 – Review of trial court judgments
CCRP 930.7 – Right to counsel
CCRP 930.8 – Time limitations; exceptions; prejudicial delay
CCRP 930.9 – Attendance by the petitioner
CCRP 931 – Courts, judges, and magistrates
CCRP 932 – Jurors, juries, and jury venires
CCRP 933 – Offenses
CCRP 934 – Miscellaneous definitions
CCRP 941 – Legislative findings
CCRP 942 – Definitions
CCRP 943 – Preemption of conflicting provisions
CCRP 944 – Emergency sessions of court; criteria
CCRP 945 – Venue; affected court; emergency sessions; habeas corpus
CCRP 946 – Jurisdiction of affected court conducting emergency sessions
CCRP 947 – Affected court conducting emergency sessions; authority and powers
CCRP 948 – Emergency sessions; length; recision; continuation; extensions
CCRP 949 – Court costs and fees
CCRP 950 – Authority of district attorney in emergency sessions of court
CCRP 951 – Sheriff; law enforcement officer
CCRP 952 – Clerk of affected court
CCRP 953 – Authority of indigent defender board in emergency sessions of court
CCRP 954 – Jury pool; emergency sessions
CCRP 955 – Suspension of time limitations in affected courts; ninety days; recision; extensions; exceptions
CCRP 956 – Appeals; application for supervisory writs
CCRP 957 – Bail during emergency sessions of court; selected offenses