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|Louisiana||State v. Williams, 489 So.2d 286, 291–92 (La. Ct. App.1986)||Other applicable caselaw||
Louisiana courts have consistently held that an indigent may not be given a fine in default of which a prison term is imposed in excess of the statutory maximum State+ See more
v. Williams, 489 So.2d 286, 291–92 (La. Ct. App.1986)