Created By: Latisha Thomas on 10/24/2007 at 10:55 AM
Category: Ethics Charges
Dismissed Document: http://www.ethics.state.la.us/Dismissed/DN2007-322A.pdf

October 23, 2007

Councilman Myron Lawson
3504 Masonic Drive
Alexandria, LA 71301

Re: Ethics Board Docket No. 2007-322

Dear Councilman Myron Lawson:

The Louisiana Board of Ethics, at its October 11, 2007 meeting, concluded a private investigation into the representations contained in information received by the Board.

Following this private investigation, the Board, by a majority vote of its membership, at its October 11, 2007 meeting, ordered that a public hearing be conducted for the purpose of exploring the following:


The hearing will be held at 9 o’clock a.m., January 10, 2008 in the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency Building, 2415 Quail Drive, 1st Floor, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

This public hearing will be conducted in accordance with the procedural requirements set forth in Section 1141E and 1143 of the Code, and in conformity with the Rules adopted by the Board, a copy of which is enclosed. At the conclusion of this public hearing, the Board may impose the civil Ethics Board Docket No. 2007-322 -- Councilman Myron Lawson
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sanctions contained in Part III, Subpart C of the Code.

In order to fully cooperate with you in this matter, the designated trial attorney will, upon request, provide you with copies of all documents that may be introduced into evidence and the names and addresses of all witnesses that the designated trial attorney intends to call. If you desire the attendance of any witnesses, the Board, through its Executive Secretary, Deborah Grier, can issue subpoenas for those witnesses. In order to have subpoenas issued you must, at least ten (10) days in advance of the hearing, supply the names and addresses of the persons to be subpoenaed to the attention of the Executive Secretary.

If you need any additional information, please contact Michael Dupree, the designated trial attorney, or Deborah Grier, the Executive Secretary, at (225) 763-8777 or (800) 842-6630.



Henry C. Perret, Jr.