Media attorney wants judge to find LSU in contempt of court

From The Advocate:  An attorney for The Advocate and The Times-Picayune asked a judge Friday to find LSU’s Board of Supervisors in contempt of court for refusing to turn over materials related to the university’s recent search for a new president.

On April 30, state District Judge Janice Clark ordered LSU to turn over the résumés and other records reviewed by members of the Board of Supervisors or its search committee. Clark’s ruling declared the requested materials public records and ordered LSU “to immediately produce” them.

Also see Records in LSU presidential search not released.