Local attorney appointed to Judiciary Commission of Louisiana

Reported by KPLC Staff

Lake Charles attorney, Mark A. Delphin was appointed to the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana for a four year term starting January 11, 2008.

Delphin received his law degree from Louisiana State University Law School in 1981. Currently he primarily handles civil cases in his private practice. Delphin is licensed to practice before all Louisiana state and federal courts.

The Judiciary Commission is made up of a nine-member constitutional body that is able to review allegations of judicial misconduct. The body can recommend to the Supreme Court that a judge be sanctioned when convincing evidence proves misconduct has occurred.