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BATON ROUGE, La. — A Louisiana federal judge did not grant immunity to the former director of a state regulatory board in charge of licensing private security companies because he advised one firm’s clients, prior to the board meeting that revoked its license, that the license had already been taken away. This deprived the company of the right to “a meaningful hearing at a meaningful time.”