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STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

1.City privatization plan does not run afoul of civil service authority.
Civil Service Comm'n v. City of New Orleans, 02-C-1812 (La. 9/9/03) [21 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 11, Issue 9
          The Civil Service Commission ("Commission") for the City of New Orleans ("City") brought this suit for an injunction, seeking to prevent the... view full summary
CRIMINAL

2.Police had no reasonable suspicion to stop defendants; drug conviction reversed.
State v. Derek Temple, 2002-K-1895 (La. 9/9/2003)[12 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 11, Issue 9
          Defendant was convicted of possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Responding to an attempted burglary report in a housing project,... view full summary
3.Conviction can be affirmed if evidence supports either of two cumulative charges.
State v. Matthews, 02-K-1121 (La. 9/19/03) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 11, Issue 9
          Defendant embezzled by making a check out to a fictitious payee, and indorsing the fictitious payee's signature. He was charged with both fa... view full summary
4.Misinformation regarding eligibility for good time is colorable due process violation.
State v. Miles, 02-KH-183 (La. 9/5/03) [1 p.]
From LSCR Volume 11, Issue 9
          The Court granted relator convict's application in a brief per curiam: "The district court is ordered to appoint counsel for relator and to ... view full summary