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James Williams, a prominent New Orleans attorney, now represents the eyewitness at the center of the investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
"Dorian Johnson has nothing to hide," said James Williams, the attorney representing Johnson. "He and Michael Brown were innocent victims here."
Dorian Johnson's credibility in this case has nothing to do with what he's been charged with in the past. It has to do with what he saw here, seeing his friend get murdered, in cold blood, by a police officer.
Indicted Orleans Parish Juvenile Court Judge Yolanda King isn’t taking an attempt to abolish her seat lying down. King filed a motion Friday seeking to intervene in Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s legal bid to do away with her Section E seat.
A single firm, Gauthier, Houghtaling & Williams of Metairie, La., near New Orleans, has signed up about 800 clients, mostly from Nassau and Queens, and has filed more than half the existing suits. The Rain Law Firm of Hallandale Beach, Fla., has 450 local clients.

$475,000 Verdict in Mother's Day Bus Accident

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Publisher: GHW
Published On: 5/6/2011

GHW Attorney Eric O'Bell recently obtained a judgement totaling $475,000 for a client whose son died as a result of a tragic 1999 bus accident on Mother's Day, 1999. After an initial trial, and a rehearing on a new trial, Judge Rosemary Ledet awarded the mother, $475,000.00 for the survival and wrongful death claims of her adult son, who died as a result of his injuries shortly after the bus crash.