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NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — Longtime Baton Rouge attorney Carl Binus Duke Jr., who represents clients in traffic court, has been indefinitely suspended following a July 31 Louisiana Supreme Court order and his arrest last month for DWI and other charges after a high-speed chase.
A man has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Baton Rouge Police Department, claiming that he was detained under false information, was needlessly endangered and had his constitutional rights violated
The family of Alton Sterling, an African-American man who was killed in an altercation with Baton Rouge police last year, has filed a civil suit against the City of Baton Rouge.
A Baton Rouge-based lawyer who has been cleared of involvement in his wife's murder is going forward with a series of lawsuits against the Baton Rouge Police Department (BRPD), the local district attorney's office and People Magazine.
New Orleans firm handling civil rights case against police on behalf of protestors after Sterling shooting
BATON ROUGE — A New Orleans-based law firm has filed lawsuit against law enforcement officials in the state’s capital alleging they violated the rights of protesters arrested after a black man's fatal shooting by police last year.
BATON ROUGE — A Baton Rouge Police Department officer under investigation for the fatal shooting death of Alton Sterling in July has been named in a new federal civil-rights lawsuit in the beating of a teenager during last April's Baton Rouge Earth Day celebration.
Baton Rouge police officer sues Black Lives Matter activist for injuries sustained during local protests
BATON ROUGE — A local police officer recently filed a lawsuit against Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson after the officer allegedly was injured during a protest.
Television producer settles case against Baton Rouge Police Department after being arrested recording police actions
BATON ROUGE — Television news reporter Brett Buffington’s lawsuit against the Baton Rouge Police Department has been settled.
NEW ORLEANS -- Activists have called upon police officers across the country to turn to the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) as their role model for handling protests and other demonstrations in their communities.
BATON ROUGE—The Baton Rouge Police Department has a history of heavy-handed tactics and excessive use of force that continues even in its treatment of protesters in the wake of the shooting of Alton Sterling, according to a community activist.