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Every arrest does not necessarily lead to a conviction.
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Justified Newspaper, LLC, is a publication (appearing as “Justified” or “Justified Newspaper”) that provides the names and pictures of people who have been arrested by various law enforcement agencies in the Northeast Louisiana area.
Per Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure, information from incidents are obtained through agency records that are available to the public. This information is condensed by Justified Newspaper for publication in printed and online formats.
Justified Newspaper assumes all records from the respective agency to be accurate.
The purpose and intent of Justified Newspaper is to inform the public of suspected criminal activity in the community, assist law enforcement in deterring crime and solving cases, as well as foster public involvement in matters of safety and awareness.
Justified Newspaper does not condone, nor support, a “vigilante” viewpoint.
Great care and earnest concern for accuracy is taken for the information that appears in each edition. Justified Newspaper maintains that each edition’s content is current, to the best of their knowledge, at the time of printing. Events may take place after printing that renders the printed content obsolete.
Everyone is encouraged to read responsibly.
Justified Newspaper is often contacted in reference to withholding the names and/or images of individuals that have been arrested from publication.
Justified Newspaper has established a non-preferential policy of publishing images and information of all persons arrested as provided by each agency or booking facility during the reporting period prior to each edition.
There are no fees or payments accepted for exclusion from publication.
Justified Newspaper does not provide any services (direct or otherwise) to remove or withhold an arrested person’s name and/or photograph from publication.
This information is obtained each week by Justified Newspaper within the provisions of Louisiana’s ‘Open Records’ law, namely through Article 228 of the Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure.
Please take the opportunity to review this content as it relates to access to public records for booking information of anyone arrested within the state.
Any request to withhold arrest information or picture from the publication will be denied, without explanation.