Supreme Court Jams Clark – Again

The Judicial Campaign Oversight Committee of the Louisiana Supreme Court has issued a public statement saying that Marcus Clark violated Canon 7 of the Louisiana Code of Judicial Conduct.

Read the statement here.

The (Monroe) News-Star’s Johnny Gunter has the story here.

2 Responses to “Supreme Court Jams Clark – Again”

  1. JohnMartin Says:

    Just one more Republican officeholder with credibility problems. Of course his opponent, a clone of the governor is not any better.

  2. JC Says:

    It’s interesting how they made this big release when they ruled in favor of Faircloth’s complaint but they said not a word when they threw out his complaints about being a trial lawyer. Does anyone see the problem here? This guy has said, and is saying, that the ads against him are “dishonest” when the Supreme Court said they are on point…why is this not being made so public??? Why not Walter?
    Stinks of ties with the Governor and media outlets to me…seems like it’s all a smokescreen to hide Faircloth’s lack of experience. Clark is a judge who made a mistake and has been reelected since. Why is this such a big deal? From what I have read he has served his community pretty well and doesn’t just want to climb a political ladder…And if case overload wasn’t a problem, why are there 2 new judges in the 4th District??

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