People Are Talking About Our 2015 Annual Report
Court Watch NOLA released its 2015 Annual Report this morning, and it’s already causing a stir! Feel free to also check out our quick write-up, and sign our online petition to get criminal evidence out of the courthouse basement.
Check out what Ken Daly and Jarvis DeBerry of Nola.com have to say about it. Also check out video coverage discussing CWN’s recommendation for soundproof booths in every courtroom to ensure confidential attorney-client conversation. Here are The Advocate’s and Associated Press’s takes on our 2015 report. Additionally, did you hear us on Monday’s morning WWL radio show or Wednesday’s New Orleans Public Radio? If you’d like to hear more, we’ll be on three WBOK spots over the next couple weeks!
2020 profoundly impacted our community, challenging each of us uniquely. For the first time in over a century, our country struggled to contain a deadly pandemic, and many of us lost loved ones. In a city known for coming together, we had to stay apart to keep each other safe. Within weeks of our city’s […]
BREAKING: The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied District Attorney Cannizzaro’s request for immunity. Defendants argue that creating and issuing the fake subpoenas was protected prosecutorial conduct because it “relate[d] to the core prosecutorial function of preparing evidence and testimony for trial.” But the Supreme Court has squarely rejected this broad interpretation of absolute immunity. […]
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision denying Cannizzaro’s appeal for creating fraudulent subpoenas. Please read the appeals decision here. 4.21.20 Singleton v. Cannizzaro Fifth Circuit Opinion