Louisiana puts a higher percentage of its residents into prison than any other state, according to a report from a Virginia traffic attorney.

According to attorney Andrew Flusche, the United States imprisons more of its residents than any NATO member, and Louisiana puts more of its population behind bars than any other state.

In Louisiana, 0.85 percent of the population is incarcerated. Other members of the top five are Delaware, 0.76 percent; Mississippi, 0.73 percent; Oklahoma, 0.71 percent; and Alaska, 0.69 percent.