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Art. 595. Double jeopardy; when not applicable

A person shall not be considered as having been in jeopardy in a trial in which:

(1) The court was illegally constituted or lacked jurisdiction;

(2) The prosecution was dismissed because it was instituted in an improper venue; or

(3) The indictment was invalid.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp595

Art. 595. Double jeopardy; when not applicable

A person shall not be considered as having been in jeopardy in a trial in which:

(1) The court was illegally constituted or lacked jurisdiction;

(2) The prosecution was dismissed because it was instituted in an improper venue; or

(3) The indictment was invalid.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp595

Art. 595. Double jeopardy; when not applicable

A person shall not be considered as having been in jeopardy in a trial in which:

(1) The court was illegally constituted or lacked jurisdiction;

(2) The prosecution was dismissed because it was instituted in an improper venue; or

(3) The indictment was invalid.

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