Did Central City Attorney Jennifer Sims exert undue influence in representing Councilman Jason Ellis in a private matter?


Central City Attorney Jennifer Sims

 

In our latest Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns analyzes circumstances surrounding Central City Attorney Jennifer Sims’ legal representation of Central Councilman Jason Ellis against Brandon Woods entailing a dispute Ellis and his wife, Kim, have with Woods, a long-time friend and residential home improvement specialist:


Burns presents Woods’ claims entailing Ellis and Sims and Sims’ responses to those claims entailing her.

Support Documents and Links:

Advocate article entailing forgery allegations entailing former Central City Administrator David Barrow.

Jason Ellis’ bio page from the City of Central website.

Kim Ellis’ Berkshire Hathaway realtor page.

Jennifer Sims’ professional profile.

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One thought on “Did Central City Attorney Jennifer Sims exert undue influence in representing Councilman Jason Ellis in a private matter?”

  1. This is a very interesting story, and I believe it simply shows that Attorneys in Louisiana that are being paid with taxpayers money have taking their power to a level that has become illegal and as seen in this attached article also unconstitutional.

    https://www.soundoffla.com/?p=630

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