SOL’s Burns provides suggested template letter for defendant Attorney General Jeff Landry to resolve convicted felon Larry Bankston’s litigation against him.


Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, who has recently been sued by convicted felon attorney Larry S. Bankston

 

In today’s feature, Sound Off Louisiana‘s founder, Robert Burns, shows a little love for Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry in providing a template letter to assist him as defendant in a recent lawsuit filed against him by convicted felon Larry S. Bankston:

CLICK HERE to see LAContractorBoard.com, a website created once Sound Off Louisiana discovered Bankston would serve as attorney for the Contractor Board (with videos discontinued when Burns was informed that Bankston’s tenure as Board attorney would be short-lived via Louisiana Attorney Jeff Landry opposing any extension when it came up for renewal).  CLICK HERE for Advocate article of Bankston suing AG Jeff Landry, and CLICK HERE for  Bankston’s actual lawsuit.  CLICK HERE for proposed judgment Burns presented to Judge Fields upon “the court” taking months and not issuing a judgment as “the court” indicated that it would.  CLICK HERE to see letter to Judge Fields offering written reasons for judgment as a convenience Burns offered to “the court,” which Fields ultimately signed.

Burns provides Louisiana auctioneers with a little satire “to help raise funds” for Larry S. Bankston!!

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2 thoughts on “SOL’s Burns provides suggested template letter for defendant Attorney General Jeff Landry to resolve convicted felon Larry Bankston’s litigation against him.

    1. Wow! Thanks for the kind words, Jeffry, especially given that you’re an attorney with quite a bit of experience in courtrooms as I’ve often witnessed first-hand!

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