Not that I've been able to find out. The federal courts in Louisiana are locked up so tight behind PACER that you can't even see the docket without a paid account. I tried to get the lawyer to use the RECAP plugin for Firefox so that we could all see the case documents for free, but he's not much of a computer guy.
Does anyone know where this happened or where his property is? One of my relatives has property just on the Arkansas side of the state line on Hwy 71 and we spend some time there. I'm really curious about where the disputed land was.
The prosecutors would have instant jurisdiction in both states and both counties/parishes.
Not because they're right, but because they get to claim jurisdiction by virtue of office.
So, your mother-in-law has the nice garden plot right next to the highway, just north of the pipe fence?Yep, I see it. That's across the highway from my mother-in laws land.
Yep, I see it. That's across the highway from my mother-in laws land. A little sliver of her land is on that side of the road on the Ark. side. We have been over there where the railroad bridge (not on her property) was across the creek. I'm gonna have my GPS from now on when I go in the woods and make sure I don't get on someone elses property. There was another little incident like that we heard about a few years ago (nobody got shot) on her side of the highway. I never went out there without at least a handgun because my father-in law never did. Since the hogs got bad I don't even go in there without an AR or AK.