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A deaf man from Shreveport is seeking damages from the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections and its secretary.
BATON ROUGE – A deaf Shreveport man alleges that he was not provided auxiliary aides during his probation.
NEW ORLEANS – An attorney has filed an appeal with the Louisiana Supreme Court to overturn his suspension banning him from practicing law after he was accused of allegedly using racially offensive and derogatory terms to refer to judges and lawyers.
BATON ROUGE – A deaf parolee alleges he was discriminated against because he was not provided an interpreter or aids when communicating with his parole officer.
BATON ROUGE – Three hearing-impaired men have filed a class-action lawsuit over allegations that they were never provided auxiliary aids and services by the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections.
NEW ORLEANS – A deaf Marrero man and his father are alleging discrimination after they were not provided an interpreter during legal proceedings and other matters.
NEW ORLEANS – A St. Charles Parish woman says her former employer, the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections, unlawfully discriminated against her based on her race.
An Orleans Parish company and its principals brought a lawsuit against the Louisiana State Police, Department of Public Safety and individual personnel for an alleged civil rights violation in 2014.
GRETNA – A man who was sentenced to 20 years after allegedly illegally having his longtime girlfriend kicked out of his home through a court order so he could sell her possessions, has filed a hand written suit against his former girlfriend as well as a New Orleans area newspaper reporter who covered the story.
Rusty Pelican Motel before being destroyed by fire.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish man is suing the State Police over a car accident he was in that he claims was the fault of a trooper.
BATON ROUGE – A Baton Rouge man is suing multiple parish entities after he was allegedly held in prison after his ordered release date.
BATON ROUGE – A Livingston Parish man is suing three state troopers, the state police superintendent and state police for allegedly violating his civil rights.
BATON ROUGE – An inmate is suing Louisiana State Penitentiary employees after his personal property allegedly went missing and he never received a response on to a claim he made to prison administrators.
James G. Knipe, III BATON ROUGE – A Baton Rouge woman is suing a division of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections for allegedly wrongfully suspending her driver's license.
BATON ROUGE – A prisoner serving time at Elayn Hunt Correctional Center is accusing the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections of exceeding its authority.