FROM: CLERK OF SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA
handed down on the 26th day of April, 2002
, are as follows:
3136 STATE OF LOUISIANA v. ILES M. LEWIS (Parish
of the court of appeal is therefore reversed, the
ruling of the trial court on the motion to suppress
is reinstated, as are respondent's convictions and
sentences by way of guilty pleas premised on review
of the suppression issue, see State v. Crosby ,
338 So.2d 584 (La. 1976), and this case is remanded
to the district court for execution of sentence.
THE COURT OF APPEAL REVERSED; JUDGMENT OF THE DISTRICT
COURT REINSTATED; CONVICTION AND SENTENCE REINSTATED;
JOHNSON, J., dissents.
2081 STATE OF LOUISIANA v. ANTONIO JOHNSON (Parish
The trial court
therefore erred in granting respondent's motion to
suppress the evidence. Accordingly, that order is
set aside and this case is remanded to the district
court for further proceedings consistent with the
C.J., dissents and assigns reasons .
J., dissents and assigns reasons .
J., concurs with additional reasons.
0643 IN RE: JUDGE JOHN A. SHEA
Commission of Louisiana)
For the reasons
assigned, it is ordered that Judge John A. Shea be
publicly censured for violating Cannons 1, 2A and
7A(1)(b) and (c) of the Code of Judicial Conduct (1976)
and Cannons 1, 2A and 7A(1)(b) and (d) of the Code
of Judicial Conduct (1996).It is further ordered that
Judge John A. Shea reimburse the Louisiana Judicial
Commission $976.19,which is the amount of costs incurred
during the prosecution and investigation of this case.