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1.Writ application dismissed as untimely; relator could not produce a certified postal receipt.
Darden v. Daniel, 09-CC-1097 (La. 09/04/2009) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 17, Issue 9
          The court of appeal denied plaintiffs' writ application on April 14, 2009. Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule X, S5(a), the last day for plainti... view full summary
2.District court erred in converting suspensive appeal to devolutive; writ granted.
Orrill v. La. Citizens Prop. Ins. Corp., 09-CC-1896 (La. 09/18/2009) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 17, Issue 9
          Relators Bruce Scharwarth and Daryl Robert seek review of a judgment of the district court which converted their suspensive appeal to a devo... view full summary

3.Cumulative evidence witnessed by different detectives provided probable cause to search vehicle.
State v. Randy Pratt, 08-KK-1819 (La. 09/04/2009) [4 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 17, Issue 9
          The State sought review of a district court order suppressing evidence. Police Detective Roccoforte observed an apparent exchange conducted ... view full summary
4.Failure to advise the defendant of the time limit for post-conviction application does not grant the defendant more time to file.
State v. Sherrod Brumfield, 09-KP-1084 (La. 9/2/09) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 17, Issue 9
          Respondent, Sherrod Brumfield, entered guilty pleas, was convicted, and was sentenced as a habitual offender in 1999. In June, 2007, the dis... view full summary
5.Having defendants fill out questionnaires at their place of business did not violate Miranda.
State v. Carlton Charles and Gwendolyn Charles, 09-KK-0433 (La.09/04/09)[4 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 17, Issue 9
          Action was brought against defendants the Charleses for misrepresentations allegedly made by them in written applications for a video poker ... view full summary