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Art. 483. Allegations of prior convictions

If it is necessary to allege a prior conviction in an indictment, it is sufficient to allege the name or nature of the offense and the fact, date, and court of the conviction.

An indictment shall not contain an allegation of a prior conviction of the defendant unless such allegation is necessary to fully charge the offense.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp483

Art. 483. Allegations of prior convictions

If it is necessary to allege a prior conviction in an indictment, it is sufficient to allege the name or nature of the offense and the fact, date, and court of the conviction.

An indictment shall not contain an allegation of a prior conviction of the defendant unless such allegation is necessary to fully charge the offense.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp483

Art. 483. Allegations of prior convictions

If it is necessary to allege a prior conviction in an indictment, it is sufficient to allege the name or nature of the offense and the fact, date, and court of the conviction.

An indictment shall not contain an allegation of a prior conviction of the defendant unless such allegation is necessary to fully charge the offense.

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