Ouachita Court Coverup Update

Palowsky appeal gets court date in Baton Rouge

The First Circuit Court of Appeal in Baton Rouge could hear arguments later this month in Monroe businessman Stanley Palowsky III’s lawsuit against Allyson Campbell, a law clerk at Fourth Judicial District Court, as well as against five judges of the district court.

The Feb. 23 hearing is among several on a docket that begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Southern University Law Center’s A.A. Lenior Hall off Roosevelt Steptoe Drive in Baton Rouge.

The three judges presiding over the docket including Palowsky’s hearing include Chief Judge Vanessa Whipple, Judge John Michael Guidry and Judge Page McClendon.

Stanley R. Palowsky III v. Allyson Campbell and others, which was first filed in July 2015, centers on Palowsky’s claims that Campbell concealed or destroyed documents he filed with the court as part of a separate lawsuit against his former business partner, Brandon Cork, and others. Palowsky also accused Campbell of payroll fraud.

Marchman: Special assistant AG involved in conspiracy

As part of her federal lawsuit against Fourth Judicial District Court officials and their attorneys, Judge Sharon Marchman filed paperwork earlier this week disputing a special assistant attorney general’s claim he had not conspired with others to accuse the judge of criminal acts.

Marchman’s lawsuit centers on claims that law clerk Allyson Campbell, Fourth Judicial District Court judges, and their attorneys retaliated against her and violated her constitutional rights when she tried to expose Campbell’s alleged payroll fraud and destruction of court documents.

Lawrence Pettiette, a Shreveport attorney who sometimes handles legal work for the state Attorney General’s office, filed a motion to dismiss Marchman’s claims against him last month.

Marchman filed a response Feb. 5, arguing Pettiette reached parts of his defense “without any citation, argument or analysis.”

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5 Responses to “Ouachita Court Coverup Update”

  1. Dan John Says:

    Throw all the guilty in prison.

  2. DAN M. BURSON Says:

    LINCOLN PARISH NEEDS TO WORRY ABOUT ITS OWN CORRUPTION.

  3. oldman2 Says:

    I wonder if it will be reported that the federal lawsuit was dismissed? All of you conspiracy theorist will probably assume the federal judge is in on the scheme as well.

    • DAN M. BURSON Says:

      THE STATE OF LOUISIANA HAS A PROBLEM WITH INTEGRITY AND HONOR AS THEY CONTINUE IN FAILING TO UPHOLD ITS OWN MOTTO OF JUSTICE. NORTH LOUISIANA HAS A PROBLEM IN TELLING THE TRUTH BUT THAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU SEEK JUSTICE THROUGH POLITICS AND NOT THE TRUTH. STILL WAITING FOR LINCOLN PARISH SHERIFFS OFFICE TO COME CLEAN WITH THE TRUTH AS SOME OF THOSE BOYS OBSTRUCTED JUSTICE AND WERE NEVER PUNISHED FOR IT. LET ME KNOW WHEN YOU CAN MAN UP TO TRUTH AS THE TRUTH STILL HAS NOT CHANGED. DISHONEST CORRUPT HYPOCRITES SHOULD NOT BE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT TILL THEY CAN MAN UP AND TELL THE TRUTH. LOL

    • DAN M. BURSON Says:

      WHEN WILL THEY PUNISH THE CORRUPT POLICE IN LINCOLN PARISH ? PUNISH THEM—-NOT PROMOTE THEM OK.

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