While the records speak loud and clear that the utility companies and their employees donate heavily to our Public Service Commission representatives, they should not lose focus on the fact that they have a responsibility to hold the phone companies accountable for providing quality service to citizens in Louisiana.
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Lester was arrested in August of 2009 during an extensive investigation conducted by the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office and Louisiana State Police that resulted in charges being filed against city of Shreveport inspectors and contractors hired by the Office of Community Development to perform work on homes in Shreve- port’s disadvantaged communities.
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel began an investigation into Kendig’s misconduct while Kendig was serving as the president of the Shreveport Bar Association. Following the filing of formal charges, Kendig reportedly entered into a joint petition for consent discipline and admitted that his conduct violated the Rules of Professional Conduct.
A local hooker arrested by federal agents was concerned that her name and photograph might appear in The Inquisitor, so she made a deal with the agents to help catch numerous other suspects in lieu of going to jail.
The controversy began when Blanchard Mayor Johnny “Bubba” Digilormo went completely against the board’s wishes and sent out a memo May 16 to town employees notifying them that the town would no longer rent out the community center inside the town...
Bossier-Webster District Attorney Schuyler Marvin’s Office cut a sweetheart deal with local bankruptcy attorney Glay Collier and his attorney, Marty Stroud, after Collier had been arrested for a second time in 2013 on domestic abuse charges that left his girlfriend-client.
Davis waltzed himself into the federal courtroom in Shreveport at exactly 2 p.m. Davis told the court that he is trying to retain Walter F. Becker Jr. from the Chaffe McCall law firm in New Orleans, but he hasn’t “finalized the financial arrangements.
“The state failed to prove that defendant had the intent to defraud the Horseshoe at the time he signed for the markers at issue,” the higher court stated in its ruling. “The jury’s conclusion to the contrary is not reasonably supported by the evidence.