Darlene Jacobs-Levy, plaintiff attorney in LSP “wrongful death” suit and member of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ Louisiana Auctioneer Licensing Board
In the most recent Sound Off Louisiana post, founder Robert Burns discusses an unfortunate incident wherein a former Louisiana State Police (LSP) Trooper, Philip Tagliarino, had to take the life of Andrew Arway after Tagliarino feared that his own life may end from the stop. Burns assesses the performance of the lead plaintiff attorney in the wrongful death suit of Arway’s widow, Darlene Jabobs-Levy, who is also an appointee of Gov. John Bel Edwards to the Auctioneer’s Licensing Board (Warning: the opening segment of the video below contains the actual traffic stop and subsequent firing of his weapon by Trooper Tagliarino):
Burns analyzes Jacobs-Levy’s courtroom performance.
Bankruptcy trustee’s order to hire Jacobs-Levy.
Louisiana Inspector General report entailing LALB’s permitting payroll fraud.
Recorded phone call between Robert Burns and Darlene Jacobs-Levy
on May 6, 2016, the day after Gov. Edwards terminated Rev. Freddie Lee Phillips from the LALB.
Consent Judgment entailing restrictions on Jacobs-Levy’s reference to police officers in opening and closing arguments.
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