Lawyers, police discuss La. "stand your ground" laws
BATON ROUGE - Legal experts and law enforcement gathered this morning in Baton Rouge to discuss Louisiana's "stand your ground" law and answer questions about it.
The panel discussion includes new BRPD Chief Carl Dabadie, SULC associate professor of law Shanequa Grey, district attorney Hillar Moore, and 19th JDC defender Michael Mitchell.
The luncheon and talk is hosted by the group "Leaders with Vision" at the Drusilla Place Restaurant.
News 2's Adrian Pittman will have more on the discussion and questions asked tonight.
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