Thurgood Marshall Award Retired New Orleans judge Michael G. Bagneris received the Thurgood Marshall Award from the Judicial Council of the National Bar Association at
Forty-five years after the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and some two decades after a national holiday was established to honor
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By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer Louisiana incarcerates more of its natives than any state in the country—that fact is known. But what many on the outskirts of the criminal justice system may ...
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