PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
to a motion filed by the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana,
prompted in part by a request from the judge himself, the
Louisiana Supreme Court today ordered Judge Alan J. Green,
24th Judicial District Court, Jefferson Parish, Division "C",
disqualified from exercising any judicial function pending
further proceedings, according to Chief Justice Pascal F.
As required by Louisiana
Constitution Article V, section 25(C), Judge Green will be
disqualified without loss of salary during the period of disqualification.
Retired Judge M. Joseph
Tiemann has been assigned to as judge pro tempore
of the 24 th Judicial District Court, Division "C" effective
for the dates of October 11, 2004 through January 11, 2005,
or until further orders of the Court and subject to the completion
of unfinished business.
Judge Tiemann served
as judge for Division "G" of the 24 th Judicial District Court
from 1982-1996 when he retired from the bench. A graduate
of Notre Dame Seminary in 1958, he received his law degree
from Loyola University Law School in 1974. Tiemann was a three
term State Senator from Metairie from 1972 to 1982.