Southern University alum Freddie Pitcher was the first African-American judge in Baton Rouge, winning election to the City Court in 1983. He was also the first African-American elected to the 19th Judicial District Court in 1987. He served as the Chancellor of Southern University Law Center
A grand new motor court softly lined with evergreens and flowering flora welcomes you to this spectacular home, creating an elegant first impression to this, the ONLY PRIVATE GATED ESTATE situated within the County Club Of Louisiana.
2BR/2.5BA townhome in convenient location perfect for young professional, students, or investment. End unit with brick flooring downstairs, new carpet in upstair bedrooms, new HVAC, 9ft ceilings, wood burning fireplace, back court yard with deck/fountain/ speakers. Great location next to Perkins Rd Overpass and within walking distance to local grocery, restaurants, cafe, LSU lakes, City Park and more.
WASHINGTON -- Bucking a nationwide trend, a federal judge in Louisiana upheld a state ban on same-sex marriage on Wednesday, writing that "any right to same-sex marriage is not yet so entrenched as to be fundamental" and that gay marriage w.