Our primary focus has always been representing clients in Jefferson Parish. This includes cases in the 24th Judicial District Courts, First Parish Courts, Second Parish Courts and Juvenile Courts. We have also represented clients across the State of Louisiana at both the state and federal levels. With more than 60 years of combined experience, we can assist you in navigating the complex legal system in Jefferson Parish.
Marino & Ehle will work to provide the best possible outcome, by thoroughly evaluating your individual case, investigating possible defenses, planning a legal strategy, reviewing the evidence and considering the particular legal issues involved. We believe that our clients should be fully informed about every aspect of their case as the case progresses. We use our specialized legal knowledge and skill to advise you on the different courses of action available to you and the possible consequences of each course of action so that you can make the best decision about how your case should proceed.
We have extensive jury trial experience in Jefferson Parish. In criminal cases we have obtained Not Guilty verdicts or lesser included verdicts in cases involving Possession of Cocaine, Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Distribution of Cocaine, Second Degree Murder, Aggravated Burglary, Armed Robbery, Theft, Possession of Stolen Property, Simple Burglary, Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile, Possession of Heroin and others. Before judges we have obtained Not Guilty verdicts in misdemeanor cases involving Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Possession of Marijuana, Simple Battery, Disturbing the Peace, Aggravated Assault, Battery on the Police, Resisting Arrest, Harassing Phone Calls, Prostitution and others.
In civil cases we have successfully represented our clients in matters of Serious Bodily Injury, Car Accidents, Slip & Fall and Medical Malpractice. In the area of family law we have received favorable outcomes in Child Custody, Contested Divorces, Child Support, Interim and Final Spousal Support, Community Partitions, Family Violence and Protective Orders.