Attorney General Jeff Landry seeks J. Arthur Smith, III’s disqualification in former ATC Commissioner Troy Hebert’s civil trial, while Hebert’s former attorney, Brian DeJean, assesses him as an “idiot,” a “jackass,” a “sorry sack of shit,” and expresses hope that “everybody will bust that bastard’s balls.”

J. Arthur Smith III, attorney for plaintiff Brette Tingle [former Alcohol and Tobacco Commission (ATC) investigator] in Tingle’s civil litigation against ATC and its former Commissioner, Troy Hebert.

 

In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns first breifly updates subscribers on the status of recent filings entailing Louisiana Inspector General Stephen Street, former Lafayette Parish School Superintendent Pat Cooper, and former Louisiana State Police Commission Executive Director Cathy Derbonne.

Thereafter, Burns extensively covers Attorney General Jeff Landry’s recent filing to have plaintiff attorney J. Arthur Smith III removed from Brette Tingle’s wrongful termination litigation involving the ATC and its former Commissioner, Troy Hebert.:


Burns covers Landry’s filing, which the ATC has echoed in its own filing to have Smith removed from the case.   CLICK HERE to read Smith’s opposition memorandum.

 

For subscribers curious on the text below (and briefly referenced in the above video) entailing Chris Young, brother of an unsuccessful candidate for Lieutentant Governor, John Young,  here’s where more details are available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. This is very interesting and I am happy to see that Attorney General Jeff Landry would disqualify an attorney for certain reasons, for instance a Permanent Injunctive Relief for asking for public records. So I’m sure he could disqualify an attorney that his office approved the contract/resolutions.

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