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A Louisiana appellate court upheld $300,000 in damages awarded by a jury to a private investigator who sued the state investigators board. The investigator, Dwayne Alexander, successfully alleged the board defamed him when it sent a copy of a cease-and-desist letter to law enforcement, urging that he be arrested for unlicensed practice.
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