New Suit Filed in Ouachita Court Coverup, Another Judge Recuses

Stanley Palowski, a Monroe businessman whose civil lawsuit has sparked an Inspector General investigation of the Fourth Judicial (Morehouse, Ouachita Parishes) District Court sued the law clerk Wednesday who is accused of destroying or concealing court documents involving the businessman’s lawsuit against a former business partner, The Ouachita Citizen’s Zach Parker wrote today.

The new suit claims Allyson Campbell, a law clerk for Division C Judge Wilson Rambo, “maliciously and intentionally harmed” Palowsky in his dispute against his former business partner, W. Brandon Cork.

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See here the lawsuit document.

Meanwhile, another of the judges in the district, Division B’s Sharon Marchman has recused herself from involvement in the Palowski case.

Two other judges, Division F’s Wendell Manning and Rambo, had already recused themselves from the Palowsky case.

Last month, Palowski’s attorneys filed a motion requesting that all the judges in the district be thrown off the case.

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One Response to “New Suit Filed in Ouachita Court Coverup, Another Judge Recuses”

  1. Rob Dirkson Says:

    If judges are corrupt, the whole political structure is without foundation.

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