“The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a bright line as to when a person would be entitled to a trial by a jury, and I think the Court of Appeal pointed out that in this instance, if there had been in Long v.
Sources say Land Rover had their eyes on Shreveport's former GM Plant where it wanted to bring in hundreds of high paying jobs, and even made an offer on the plant, which was turned down by Stuart Lichter's Industrial Realty Group despite the fact that it could have made millions of dollars and garnered jobs for the Shreveport economy.
Accused murderer James Montgomery’s attorney, Devan Pardue of Springfield, La., filed a motion asking for the recusal of Caddo District Court Judge Kathernine Dorroh based on the fact that she at one point represented the estranged wife of the man...
Unknown to many people, the 118-plus-acre facility is located behind the Louisiana Downs racetrack along Interstate 20, and was originally developed in such a way to include the development of townhouses and apartments that would serve the racing industry.
John E. Settle Jr. certainly doesn’t mind taking on the big guns in governmental affairs, often filing lawsuits at the drop of a hat against local officials and organizations who choose to be less than transparent to the public.
A Caddo Parish commissioner may soon find himself worrying about his prison uniform rather than sagging pants or wearing pajamas in public. That’s because federal prosecutors and Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator want him brought up on criminal charges.
Bossier City cops say two people didn’t get the memo that if you shoplift in Bossier City, they will track you down and throw you behind bars. Two people learned the hard way last Friday when Bossier City cops were hot on the trail of two suspected thieves after they allegedly stole items from Cavender’s Boot Store in the 2300 block of Airline Drive.
A well-known Indian national who was once acting as a physician in Shreveport has been indicted by federal prosecutors for using forged, counterfeited or altered immigration papers for entry into the United States or for employment in the United States.
It was a case that slowly dragged through the court system nearly six years before going to trial, but now all eyes are on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals as they hear verbal arguments next week with regard to the appeal made by Jenny Beene, who was convicted of vehicular homicide in 2013.