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Southern University and A&M College: Baton Rouge: 10: Xavier University of Louisiana: New Orleans: 11: University of Louisiana at Monroe: Monroe: 12: Louisiana State University in Shreveport: Shreveport ... 13: Northwestern State University of Louisiana: Natchitoches: 14: McNeese State University: Lake Charles: 15: Centenary College of Louisiana: Shreveport: 16: Grambling State UniversityWhat is a Louisiana felony?
Louisiana law defines a felony as any crime for which a defendant may be sentenced to death or imprisonment “at hard labor,” which means incarceration in state prison. All other crimes are considered misdemeanors in Louisiana. (La. Rev. Stat.What number state is Louisiana?
What number state was Louisiana? Then in 1682 France took possesion of the region. Ownership of the land would go back and forth between these nations until the United States bought the area that would become Louisiana from France in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1812 Louisiana became the 18th state.