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Louisiana Supreme Court, Louisiana District Judges Association appoint new members of state's judiciary commission

By Christopher Mobley | Jun 15, 2017

The Louisiana Supreme Court and the Louisiana District Judges Association recently appointed 24th Judicial Court Judge John Molaison Jr. and Sibal S. Holt, former president of the Louisiana American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), to the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana.

Complaint filed against Baton Rouge judge after allegedly using racial slur

By Sara McCleary | Mar 17, 2017

BATON ROUGE — A Baton Rouge woman has reportedly filed a complaint against a judge who allegedly used racial slurs about her.

Judiciary Commission of Louisiana adds new member using unique selection process

By Karen Kidd | Jun 24, 2016

NEW ORLEANS – Breaux Bridge educator Ashley Gary Higginbotham is the newest member of the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana, the state's judicial disciplinary agency, which has a unique method for adding members compared to similar agencies in other states.

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