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|Judge denies Whittington motions in lawsuit|
Judge denies Whittington motions in lawsuit
A federal judge has denied motions filed by Jim Whittington alleging newly discovered evidence.
Last spring, a jury ruled against Whittington in his lawsuit against former Concordia Parish Sheriff Randy Maxwell.
In a new ruling issued Friday, Dec. 28, Chief Judge Dee Drell of the Alexandria Division of the Western District of Louisiana denied Whittington's motions for a new trial, an alternative motion for judgment notwithstanding the verdict and a motion for sanctions based upon perjury of a witness. The court also denied a motion filed by Maxwell for sanctions.
Whittington alleged that District Attorney Brad Burget committed perjury when testifying in court last spring. Drell ruled that Burget did not commit perjury.
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