The LPSB was expecting to receive a formal list of charges Wednesday from the special attorney hired to investigate the superintendent, but it didn’t happen as he was a no-call no-show for the meeting.

rainbow flagA federal judge in New Orleans has upheld both Louisiana’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage as well as the state’s refusal to recognized such marriages performed in states where it is legal.

cockerham carouselThe lawsuit over his District 7 residency will likely boil down to how the court interprets a state law dealing with reapportionment.

The circumstances surrounding the death last March while in the backseat of a sheriff’s cruiser of Victor White III, long a source of dispute by White’s family, have earned an investigation by federal officials.

cockerham lawsuit carouselAn attorney signs up to run against LPSB's Mark Cockerham, and within a week a lawsuit is filed by a former LPSS employee in an attempt to disqualify him. Coincidence?

With six of the LPSB’s nine members poised for Pat Cooper’s termination, a request was filed Tuesday for a fast-tracked hearing on the federal lawsuit calling for the disqualification of two board members from voting on the matter due to bias.

A federal jury found attorney Daniel Stanford guilty Friday afternoon on eight of 13 counts for his role in the Curious Goods conspiracy.

Lafayette City-Court Judge Francie Bouillion has served on the bench for two decades since winning a special election to replace Judge Kaliste Saloom when he retired in 1994.

stanford carouselHigh-profile criminal defense attorney Daniel Stanford awaits his fate in the Curious Goods conspiracy trial.

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is set to put the kibosh on the legal ownership of monkeys trained to help the disabled, and the agency wants to know what you think.

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The attention surrounding Victor White III has spiked with the release of last week’s autopsy report, which has raised a number of serious questions about the night of his death and has put the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office under an increased wave of scrutiny as more national media outlets are jumping on the story, most recently seen on MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show.

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