Judge Donald Johnson orders LSP to submit Trooper Scott Lopez’s file under seal to include letters of counseling which have heretofore apparently been withheld entirely; next court hearing date June 20.

Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns provides breakdown of May 23, 2022 court hearing before 19th JDC Judge Donald Johnson in matter of Burns v. LSP Col. Lamar Davis in his capacity as Custodian of LSP Records.

In today’s Sound Off Louisiana feature, founder Robert Burns updates subscribers and visitors on the court hearing conducted in Judge Donald Johnson’s courtroom on Monday, May 23, 2022 entailing Robert Burns v. Lamar Davis (as Custodian of Records of LSP):

 Recap of May 23, 2022 court hearing in Burns v. Davis.

As stated in the video, on a scale of 1 – 10, Burns viewed the results of today’s hearing as a “10.”  The next scheduled court hearing will be on Monday, June 20, 2022, and we’ll update our subscribers and site visitors after that court hearing, and we’ll provide links to filings in the case prior to the hearing.

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3 thoughts on “Judge Donald Johnson orders LSP to submit Trooper Scott Lopez’s file under seal to include letters of counseling which have heretofore apparently been withheld entirely; next court hearing date June 20.”

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