Huh? how would any of us know ask your lawyer, the clerk or somebody who has your case and info.
Providing general answers are meant to help the poster to understand some complex legal concepts and in no way creates an attorney-client relationship.
If the two felonies are part of the same prosecution (arrested same date) then you only pay the costs once and the entire record is expunged. If they are two different prosecutions you cannot get them both expunged, but if you could, you would pay twice.
The statutory filing fee of $550 applies to each arrest. Arrests are what are expunged, along with any and all ancillary charges, pleas, 893/894, etc. The statutes focus on the arrest date as the event being expunged.
And counsel above is correct, you are limited in the number of expungements one can file within certain periods of time.
Check out this Louisiana Expungement guide I wrote. It should help you quite a bit.
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