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CIVIL PROCEDURE

1.Facsimile filing voided for failure to deliver original within seven days.
Danieka Petit-Blanc v. Quanisha R. Charles, 2021-CC-00094 (La. 04/20/2021) [5 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     Plaintiff was involved in an automobile accident on November 18, 2018. On November 13, 2019, she filed a petition with the clerk of court of Terrebonne Parish by fa... view full summary
EVIDENCE

2.Court reinstates ruling excluding certain expert testimony.
Lawrence Phillips, Jr. v. Exxon Chemical Louisiana, LLC, 2021-CC-00529 (La. 04/16/2021) [3 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     In this toxic exposure case, plaintiff filed a motion to exclude untimely disclosed new dose reconstruction by defendant's expert, Dr. Jennifer Pierce, as well ... view full summary
3.Court orders new trial after experts' testimony was erroneously limited.
Mohab Said v. Federated Rural Electric Ins. Exchange, 2021-C-00078 (La. 04/20/2021) [6 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     Plaintiff filed suit in 2012 alleging he sustained brain injuries in an auto accident the previous year. He was treated initially by local physicians. Although he was s... view full summary
4.Court reinstates grant of motion in limine.
Martin Jones v. Neo Fabrics, Inc., 2021-CC-00236 (La. 04/20/2021) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     In this case the district court granted a motion in limine, but the Fourth Circuit reversed in an unpublished decision. The Court granted a supervisory writ and, in a v... view full summary
PROPERTY

5.Court finds donated property was separate property, reinstates denial of petition to annul donation.
In re Interdiction of Eunice Lirette Gambino, 2021-C-00267 (La. 04/20/2021) [4 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     Calvin Gambino, Sr., and Eunice L. Gambino were married in 1952 and had ten children. In August 2017 Mr. Gambino executed a donation inter vivos in favor of ... view full summary
CRIMINAL

6.Court allows defendant to supplement application for post-conviction relief.
State v. Charles Anthony Smith, 2021-KP-0110 (La. 04/07/2021) [2 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     The district court denied defendant's pro se application for post-conviction relief, and the First Circuit denied a writ application. In this very brief per curiam with... view full summary
7.Court orders district court to reconsider habeas application and hold evidentiary hearing on claims of newly discovered evidence.
Cheri Hayden v. Frederick Boutte, 2019-KP-00968 (La. 04/13/2021) [3 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     Cheri Hayden and Michael Coe were found guilty of second-degree murder in 2009 for the death of Patricia Landry. Landry was killed after a truck ran over her during a purs... view full summary
8.Court reinstates district court's order denying suppression of evidence seized in search of probationer's home.
State v. McCarthy, 2021-KK-00153 (La. 04/20/2021) [6 pp.]
From LSCR Volume 29, Issue 4
     While defendant was on probation and parole, his parole officer, Agent Mire, contacted Detective Gray. Agent Mire told Detective Gray that she had received ... view full summary