OF SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA
handed down on the 26th day of October,
2001, are as follows:
1657 STATE OF LOUISIANA v. CHARMAINE D. MILLER A/K/A
DESIREE M. CHARMAINE (Parish of St. Tammany)
of Marijuana With Intent to Distribute)
the decision of the court of appeal is reversed, the
judgment of the district court denying respondent's
motion to suppress the evidence and her statements
on the scene is reinstated, respondent's guilty plea
and sentence are also reinstated, and this case is
remanded to the district court for execution of sentence.
COURT OF APPEAL REVERSED; CASE REMANDED.
Robert L. Lobrano, assigned as justice pro tempore
, participating in the decision.
0752 MICHAEL J. FONTENOT v. REDDELL VIDRINE WATER
DISTRICT, ET AL. (Office Of Workers' Compensation
of the court of appeal is vacated, and the case is
remanded to the Court of Appeal, Third Circuit, to
render judgment anew after reconciling conflicting
rulings in Fontenot v. Vidrine Water District, 00-762
(La. App. 3rd Cir. 2/21/01), 780 So.2d 1197 and Haynes
v. Williams Fence and Aluminum, 01-0026 (La. App.3rd
Cir. 7/25/01)---So.2d---, regarding the interpretation
of La. R.S. 23:1201(F). We order the Court of Appeal,
Third Circuit, to decide this matter en banc in order
to achieve uniformity within the circuit.
Robert L. Lobrano, assigned as Associate Justice Pro
Tempore , participating in the decision.
1722 IN RE: MICHAEL F. BARRY (Disciplinary Proceedings)
of the findings and recommendation of the hearing
committee and the disciplinary board, and considering
the record, brief of the ODC, and oral argument, it
is ordered that Michael F. Barry be suspended from
the practice of law for a period of six months. Following
the completion of his suspension, respondent shall
be subject to a one-year period of probation under
the supervision of a practice monitor to be appointed
by the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, and shall be
required to complete the Ethics School program offered
by the Louisiana State Bar Association. All costs
and expenses in the matter are assessed against respondent
in accordance with Supreme Court Rule XIX, Section
10.1, with legal interest to commence thirty days
from the date of finality of this court's judgment
Robert L. Lobrano participated in this decision as
Associate Justice Pro Tempore.