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Burton inducted into Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame

FROM STAFF REPORTS
BATON ROUGE -- Beauregard Parish District Attorney David Burton was among those inducted Friday into the Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame.

A ceremony took place in Baton Rouge. The induction is sponsored by the Louisiana State Penitentiary Museum Foundation, a nonprofit that studies public safety and corrections.

The ceremony is in its 10th year.

Those inducted, in addition to Burton, were:
- E. Pete Adams, director of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association,
- Glenn H. Curtis, adjutant general of the Louisiana National Guard,
- Andy Brown, Jackson Parish sheriff,
- Sid Geautreaux, East Baton Rouge sheriff, and
- Judge Fredericka Homberg Wicker, of the Louisiana 5th Circuit Court of Appeal.


Lindy Boggs, the first woman elected to Congress from Louisiana, was posthumously inducted at Friday’s event.

On the Net: http://angolamuseum.org/


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