Doe v. Jindal et al
||James Doe and John Doe
||Trent Brignac, James D. Caldwell, Jr., Hillar C. Moore, III, James M. LeBlanc, John Phillip Haney and Bobby Jindal
||August 15, 2011
||US District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
||Baton Rouge Office
||Brian A. Jackson
||Stephen C. Riedlinger
|Nature of Suit:
||Constitutional - State Statute
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Civil Rights Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 2, 2012
JUDGMENT LSA-R.S. 14:91.5, also known as the Unlawful Use or Access of Social Media Law, is declared unconstitutionally vague and overbroad. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that defendants, James D. Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisia na ; Hillar C. Moore, III, District Attorney for East Baton Rouge Parish; John Phillip Haney, District Attorney for Iberia, SI. Martin, and SI. Mary Parishes; and defendants' officers, agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and other persons wh o are in active concert or participation with the above are permanently enjoined from, directly orindirectly, enforcing LSA-R.S. 14:91.5. James Doe and John Doe are the prevailing parties and the defendants shall pay reasonable attys fees as stated herein. Plaintiffs are awarded costs as provided by law.(PJH)
|February 16, 2012
OPINION: for reasons stated, the Court concludes that the Act is unconstitutionally overbroad and void for vagueness, and judgment shall issue in favor of Plaintiffs and against Defendants, enjoining enforcement of the Act. IT IS ORDERED that, within ten days of the issuance of this Opinion, the parties shall submit a joint proposed judgment that accords with this Opinion. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 2/16/2012. (PJH)
|August 19, 2011
RULING denying 2 Motion for Temporary Restraining Order. Signed by Judge Brian A. Jackson on 8/19/2011. (PJH)
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