Kyle Duncan (’97), LSU Law Alumnus and the LA Department of Justice Appellate Chief, argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on October 6, 2010, representing the Orleans Parish District Attorney. The case, Connick v. Thompson, centered around 42 U.S.C. 1983 “Brady violations”.
The AAA class voted whether to reverse or affirm the lower court. After brief deliberations, the class voted 12-1 to reverse in favor of Mr. Duncan’s client, as Mr. Duncan believes the Supreme Court will do. While we wait the Court’s opinion, the argument is available at oyez.org.