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Fifth Circuit Finds ‘Due to their “Institutional Interest” in Generating Court Revenue the Judges of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court “failed to provide a neutral forum”

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Federal investigators further concluded that the city’s obsession with collecting revenue through fines and fees “compromised the institutional character of Ferguson’s police department, contributing to a pattern of unconstitutional…

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Leading Texas Law Firm Baker Botts Slams Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit’s Erroneous Decision in Law and Demands Correction; Let’s See if they Have More Joy than Hagens Berman Who Were Also Treated Unfairly

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“Uncorrected, the 5th circuit panel opinion will substantially undermine receivership courts’ ability to protect estate property in this circuit, presenting an issue of exceptional importance,” Sadler and Powers state…

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A New Question of Immunity for the Fifth Circuit Who Protect Lawyers at All Costs; Can a District Attorney Create Fake Documents Too or is that Only Sanctioned for Foreclosure Lawyers to Throw People Out of their Homes?

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Federal judge Jane Triche Milazzo threw out the prosecutors' claims of absolute immunity, noting that it never was intended to bless “systematic fraud,” and that “where a prosecutor has…

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