Louisiana Criminal Defense Lawyer
James E. Boren, a partner with Jones Walker LLP, is a highly regarded, nationally known attorney that practices exclusively in the area of criminal defense, including representation in administrative and disciplinary proceedings. In addition to his statewide law practice, the Louisiana attorney has successfully managed many sophisticated multijurisdictional cases and investigations.
Mr. Boren also participates in the Innocence Project, a legal organization dedicated to exonerating those wrongly convicted for crimes they did not commit.
Skillfully Defending the Rights of the Accused
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact criminal defense lawyer James E. Boren today.
Louisiana Sex Crime and Drug Charge Lawyer Defending People Charged With All Types of Offenses
- Federal crimes
- White collar crimes
- Environmental protection law
- Health care fraud
- Violent crimes
- Sex crimes
- Internet sex crimes
- Drug crimes
He also counsels and provides strategic representation for the following procedural, administrative and disciplinary matters:
- Grand jury investigations and proceedings
- Appeals and post-conviction representation
- Lawyer and judicial disciplinary complaints
Remaining on the Cutting Edge of Criminal Law Defense
For over 35 years, James Boren has been a Baton Rouge criminal defense attorney who has successfully represented individuals, companies, and company employees in all types of criminal cases and quasi-criminal matters. Attorney Boren has been named in "Best Lawyers" in the United States and is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell*.
Mr. Boren frequently lectures to other criminal defense lawyers throughout the U.S. on such matters as cross-examination, jury selection, death penalty cases, and legal ethics. He teaches two courses, one in Capital Punishment and one titled Punishment and Wrongful Convictions (with a federal judge) at the Louisiana State University Law School.
Facing Criminal Charges or Under Investigation? What We Can Do for You.
Whether you have been accused of Medicare fraud because of improper use of billing codes, drug charges such as possession with intent to distribute meth, or a violation of the Clean Water Act by illegal waste water dumping, we can represent your interests in a criminal case and provide a vigorous defense. We are well versed in handling any criminal charge in state or federal court.
Any criminal charge is complex, and even in cases where it appears a plea may be necessary, you still need a criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. Federal sentencing guidelines are extremely complicated, and recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on how courts may interpret the guidelines has only made things more complex. Federal sentences are different from those in state courts; there is no early release, so if you are convicted you will serve your entire sentence. No matter where you think your case may go, you want an experienced criminal defense attorney advising your decisions and guiding you through the process.
Contact Criminal Defense Attorney James E. Boren Today
Contact James E. Boren today to schedule a confidential appointment. Mr. Boren and the rest of the staff look forward to speaking with you about your situation.
* CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories — legal ability and general ethical standards.