Friday, June 18, 2010

Out Of The Warehouse

The Louisiana Supreme Court ordered that a Orleans Parish juvenile court judge be disqualified from any judicial function during the pendancy of proceedings in connection with the Judiciary commission. the judge must stay "completely out" of the court and "any and all of its facilities (including the warehouse intended to be used by youth to learn auto mechanic skills) on a 24-hour basis."

The court also entered a partial sealing order.

MSNBC reports that the judge has resigned.  (Mike Frisch)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_profession/2010/06/the-louisiana-supreme-court-ordered-that-a-orleans-parish-juvenile-court-judge-be-disqualified-from-any-judicial-function-dur.html

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