State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp229

Art. 229. Duties of officer in charge

The officer in charge of the jail or police station shall immediately inform the prisoner booked:

(1) Of the charge against him;

(2) Of his rights to communicate with and procure counsel; and

(3) Of his right to request a preliminary examination when he is charged with a felony.

The officer in charge shall, within forty-eight hours from the time of the booking, notify the district attorney in writing of all persons booked for violation of state statutes, and shall furnish without cost a certified copy of any booking entry to any person requesting it.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp229

Art. 229. Duties of officer in charge

The officer in charge of the jail or police station shall immediately inform the prisoner booked:

(1) Of the charge against him;

(2) Of his rights to communicate with and procure counsel; and

(3) Of his right to request a preliminary examination when he is charged with a felony.

The officer in charge shall, within forty-eight hours from the time of the booking, notify the district attorney in writing of all persons booked for violation of state statutes, and shall furnish without cost a certified copy of any booking entry to any person requesting it.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp229

Art. 229. Duties of officer in charge

The officer in charge of the jail or police station shall immediately inform the prisoner booked:

(1) Of the charge against him;

(2) Of his rights to communicate with and procure counsel; and

(3) Of his right to request a preliminary examination when he is charged with a felony.

The officer in charge shall, within forty-eight hours from the time of the booking, notify the district attorney in writing of all persons booked for violation of state statutes, and shall furnish without cost a certified copy of any booking entry to any person requesting it.

Categories