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Judge Scott Schlegel

In the 24th Judicial District located in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, Judge Scott Schlegel created and presides over one of the...

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Laurence Colletti

Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...

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Judge Scott Schlegel of the 24th Judicial District in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana joins us for a conversation about their new video conference for criminal courts and how it’s helping to keep the Justice System moving during challenging times.

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Published: April 24, 2020
Podcast: Legal Talk Today
Category: Access to Justice , COVID-19
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Legal Talk Today
Legal Talk Today

A dailyish-to-daily show dedicated to covering essential legal issues. Hosted by Laurence Colletti, this short format program highlights what’s important to the legal profession, its lawyers, and their clients.

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