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1998 News Releases

News Release #089

FOR IMMEDIATE NEWS RELEASE

NEWS RELEASE # 089

FROM: CLERK OF SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA


The opinions handed down on the 30th day of October, 1998 , are as follows:

PER CURIAM :

97-K - 3059 STATE OF LOUISIANA v. ROBERT LEE DUKE (Parish of East Baton Rouge) (Manslaughter)

Accordingly, the decision of the First Circuit is reversed and this case is remanded to the court of appeal for consideration of the defendant's remaining assignments of error.

JUDGMENT VACATED; CASE REMANDED TO COURT OF APPEAL.

MARCUS, J. - not on panel. Rule IV, Part 2, §3.


97-KK- 3122 STATE OF LOUISIANA v. DAVID STEVISON (Parish of Calcasieu) (DWI, Third Offense)

The judgment of the district court granting the motion to suppress is therefore reversed and this case is remanded for all further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion.

JUDGMENT REVERSED; REMANDED TO DISTRICT COURT.

KNOLL, J. - not on panel. Rule IV, Part 2, §3.

98-C - 0924 BELINDA HEBERT, ET AL. v. BROWN BOTTLING GROUP, INC., ET AL. (Parish of Acadia)

For the reasons assigned, the judgment of the court of appeal is reversed insofar as it reverses the trial court's allocation of fault and assessment of costs. The judgment of the trial court allocating fault in the amount of eighty percent to Brown Bottling Group, Inc. and twenty percent to Shop Rite, Inc. is reinstated. The judgment of the trial court assessing costs in the amount of twenty percent against Shop Rite, Inc. is reinstated. In all other respects, the judgment of the court of appeal is affirmed. All costs in this court are assessed against plaintiffs.

CALOGERO, C.J. - not on panel. Rule IV, Part 2, §3.

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