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|Sheriff seeks court costs from Lipsey, parish clerk|
Sheriff Randy Maxwell has filed a lawsuit seeking $6,229.16 in court costs he says his office incurred during the civil trial following the 2007 sheriff's election.
Named as defendants are his opponent in that election, Glen Lipsey, and Clyde Ray Webber in his capacity as Concordia Parish Clerk of Court.
Lipsey lost to incumbent Maxwell by 21 votes on October 20, 2007, and filed a lawsuit on October 29 against the Secretary of State's office, which oversees state elections, protesting the outcome and alleging various irregularities and voter fraud.
Fourth Judicial District Judge Sharon Marchman of Monroe, who was appointed to hear the case, dismissed Lipsey's suit on October 29, 2007. A month later, on November 29, the Third Circuit Court of Appeal upheld Marchman's decision, and a few days later the Louisiana Supreme Court refused to hear the case when it denied Lipsey's writ application.
Maxwell, in seeking the $6,229.16, says the Clerk of Court "has refused to refund the costs of court paid" by Maxwell and Lipsey "has failed to pay the Clerk of Court the costs..." Maxwell submitted a detailed list of costs, most of which include matters relating to serving subpoenas and other legal functions involving court matters.
The suit asks that both Webber and Lipsey be required to "show cause why the balance of the court costs...should not be paid..."
Maxwell was a third party intervenor in the civil suit filed by Lipsey against the state in 2007.
Maxwell's suit will be heard by Marchman.
Carroll or Cobb at the Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office.
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