In light of today’s U. S. Supreme Court decision on unanimous verdicts, Calcasieu Parish DA John DeRosier can officially change his characterization of Louisiana’s former 10-juror felony conviction statute to “it was what it was.”

Calcasieu Parish District Attorney John DeRosier

In a very brief Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns provides a quick take on how Calcasieu Parish DA John DeRosier can alter his inflammatory words regarding Louisiana’s former 10-person felony conviction statute in light of today’s U. S. Supreme Court ruling:


Burns provides a take on an appropriate update to DeRosier’s prior assessment of Louisiana’s 10-juror felony conviction statute.  DeRosier’s gift-card money laundering operation feature is available by clicking here, and here’s a feature entailing DeRosier’s office being under audit by the Louisiana Legislative Auditor’s office.  Finally, the feature referenced pertaining to Ms. Belinda Parker Brown is available by clicking here.

As Burns indicates on the feature, Ms. Brown contacted us today about a feature she’d like to present in the near feature, and we believe our subscribers will have strong interest in what she’s got to say.

Finally, Burns provides a little teaser for what he describers as a “blockbuster feature” made possible by calling eight of his most dedicated subscribers and inquiring what they’d like to see reported upon.  Without naming him, Burns gave special thanks to one of those members who guided Burns on just what all he’d uncover if he snooped around a little bit, which Burns immediately commenced to do upon hanging up the phone with the gentleman.   We look very forward to delivering that feature to you in the next few days!

We hope everyone is staying safe and that all of us are nearing the end of this COVID-19 episode and that our lives can begin to gradually revert back to what they were prior to the onset of this unfortunate epidemic.

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