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Judicial and congressional district boundary law in Louisiana.

Louisiana Historical Records Survey.

Judicial and congressional district boundary law in Louisiana.

by Louisiana Historical Records Survey.

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Published by The Dept. of Archives, Louisiana State University in New Orleans, La .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana
    • Subjects:
    • Courts -- Louisiana,
    • Louisiana -- Administrative and political divisions.

    • Edition Notes

      Mimeographed.

      StatementPrepared by The Louisiana historical records survey project. Division of professional and service projects, Work projects administration.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK4781 .H5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 90 numb. l.
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6394258M
      LC Control Number39029349
      OCLC/WorldCa4078262

      Judge Sandra Cabrina Jenkins Chief Judge Alonzo Harris Judge E. Adrian Adams Judge Ree Casey-Jones Judge Pamela Taylor Johnson Judge Curtis Sigur Judge Calvin Johnson Judge Luke LaVergne Judge Charles L Porter Judge Piper Griffin Judge Aisha S. Clark Judge Marc E. Johnson Judge Steven Jupiter Judge Veronica Henry Judge Donald R. Johnson Judge Regina Bartholomew Chief Judge . is the official web site for The Fifth Judicial District Court of Louisiana, which serves the Parishes of Franklin, Richland and West Carroll, Louisiana. This site is a source for information about The Fifth Judicial District Court and its services provided.

      Louisiana Bar Journal Vol. 65, No. 5 J oshua J. Doguet, an associate in the New Orleans office of Kuchler Polk Weiner, L.L.C., has found a unique and useful way to integrate his love of law with his interest and experience in design. This Louisiana Judicial Map is one of his creations offering an intersection of the two disciplines. In other instances, the size of the judicial district and the location of the court often was the focal point of the petition, memorial, or legislative proposal; typical of these are the committee papers relating to S. 47, 33d Cong. () concerning a proposal to divide Ohio .

      State of Louisiana District Court, 14th Judicial District, a Lake Charles, Louisiana (LA) Law Firm -. State of Louisiana District Court, 16th Judicial District, a Franklin, Louisiana (LA) Law Firm -.


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