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Law in Louisiana

Attorney Richard Ducote and a client sued the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana in federal court, challenging as unconstitutional a Louisiana Supreme Court rule that prohibits people who file complaints against judges from disclosing it, its nature, and the commission’s response.

NEW ORLEANS — Attorney Richard Ducote and a client sued the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana in federal court, challenging as unconstitutional a Louisiana Supreme Court rule that prohibits people who file complaints against judges from disclosing it, its nature, and the commission’s response.

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