By Matt Sledge

In the latest skirmish over claims of prosecutorial misconduct in Louisiana, a nonprofit law firm is asking the state Supreme Court to suspend the prosecutor who oversaw what it says was an Avondale man’s wrongful conviction for murder.

The Innocence Project New Orleans last week filed a brief asking the high court to suspend Ken Dohre, a former Jefferson Parish prosecutor who now works for 22nd Judicial District Attorney Warren Montgomery in St. Tammany Parish.

Dohre failed to inform defense lawyers about the changing stories of the sole eyewitness to a prostitute’s murder in Waggaman in 1996, the brief said.

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