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2001-11-12T00:00:00.000Z

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Employment History

District Attorney

New Orleans , LA

District Attorney

New Orleans Parish

Prosecutor

New Orleans Parish

District Attorney

Toulouse Orleans Parish

District Attorney

then-Orleans Parish

Clerk

Civil District Court Dale Atkins

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Resources

www.datia.org [cached]

Middletown, DE; Harry F. Connick, Esq., District Attorney of New Orleans, LA; Institute on Global Drug Policy of the Drug_Free America Foundation, St. Petersburg, FL; Institute for Behavior & Health, Bethesda, MD;


An angry Court gives New Orleans prosecutors a scolding

www.sallyrobertslegal.com [cached]

That controversial 5-4 ruling reversed a $14 million civil rights judgment against the New Orleans prosecutor's office for similar withholding of evidence during the tenure of former prosecutor Harry Connick Sr.

Connick had also prosecuted Smith, and justices made it clear Tuesday that the win last term did not mean they were happy with Connick's legacy.
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The father of the famed musician, Connick served as New Orleans Parish prosecutor from 1973 to 2003.


Asking the Supreme Court to review ...

reason.com [cached]

Asking the Supreme Court to review the case, New Orleans Parish District Attorney Harry Connick Sr. argued that his office should not be held responsible for depriving Thompson of his right to due process because Thompson had not shown a pattern of misconduct or demonstrated a direct connection between a lack of training and the error that led to his conviction. (If the prosecutors deliberately withheld the evidence, meaning that lack of training was not really the issue, would that make their office less culpable or more?) More controversially , Connick claimed the rationale for granting prosecutors personal immunity-that the threat of lawsuits would have a chilling effect on their ability to do their jobs-also applies to the government's liability.

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Asking the Supreme Court to review the case, New Orleans Parish District Attorney Harry Connick Sr. argued that his office should not be held responsible for depriving Thompson of his right to due process because Thompson had not shown a pattern of misconduct or demonstrated a direct connection between a lack of training and the error that led to his conviction. (If the prosecutors deliberately withheld the evidence, meaning that lack of training was not really the issue, would that make their office less culpable or more?) More controversially , Connick claimed the rationale for granting prosecutors personal immunity-that the threat of lawsuits would have a chilling effect on their ability to do their jobs-also applies to the government's liability.
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More controversially, Connick claimed the rationale for granting prosecutors personal immunity-that the threat of lawsuits would have a chilling effect on their ability to do their jobs-also applies to the government's liability


Top10

www.pontalbapress.com [cached]

6. O'Flaherty's "Irish Channel" Pub on Toulouse Orleans Parish District Attorney Harry Connick, Sr. (!) was allegedly thrown out of here for dancing on the tables. 7. Liuzza's by the Fairgrounds (Ponce de Leon St.) Except they remove the tables during Jazzfest.Truly great Gumbo, though.


KFDM-TV Channel Six News

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In 1999, then-Orleans Parish District Attorney Harry Connick dropped the case, calling it unwinnable.

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