Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Troubled Louisiana lawyers & judges allowed to teach children in public school classrooms?

Attorney Clair White teaches a law class to students at
Ridgewood Middle School, Shreveport, LA

"The Lawyers in the Classroom and Judges in the Classroom programs provide volunteer professionals from the legal community an opportunity to enhance civics and law related education in Louisiana classrooms. In 2010 and 2011, over 9000 students statewide have benefited from this program."

This is the most bizarre thing I've seen since the Tea Partiers were allowed to teach the Constitution in Caddo Parish!

NOTE: The "teacher/lawyer" pictured above is currently under investigation for demolishing a parent's car window with his fist at Byrd High School in Shreveport, LA. 

His trial date was scheduled for this morning, but the victim was told by the judge that "nothing is happening today." 
In lieu of punitive consequences, the court is allowing this "lawyer/ teacher" to take anger management classes & perform "community service" for a year so he can keep his license to practice law in the State of Louisiana. 

We have to get these corrupt people 


Anonymous said...

Who could be MORE qualified to teach law? Maybe, we shouldn't allow doctors to teach health either?

Jason Brown

Kimberly Powell said...

Lol. Only if they have actually passed a health course. It would help if these idiots posing as "lawyers" have actually read the Constitution instead of using to wipe their asses.