Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
State District Judge Timothy Kelley has denied former LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis' request to stay LSU’s suit against him in Louisiana, according to The Advocate:

Kelley handed down his ruling during a sometimes testy hearing Monday in the 19th Judicial Court in East Baton Rouge Parish. Craft and LSU attorney Bob Barton exchanged arguments for about a half-hour before the judge’s decision. Kelley ruled that LSU’s suit against Chavis in Louisiana could continue while Chavis’ suit against the school in Texas court plays out.
You can read more about the ongoing dispute between LSU and Chavis here.
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lsuhunt555109 months
frick him, pay up biyatch!
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STRIPES109 months
Wasted? Damn it must be nice to be in a position to just want to forget a $400,000 contractual obligation by a former employee who SIGNED THE CONTRACT. Sure, LSU should just allow an employee to collect $400,000 he isn't owed as he walks off in disgracefull fashion while wiping his fat arse with his contract.
I definitely disagree.
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Amazing Moves109 months
Let the butthurt flow.
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PsychTiger109 months
I was never worried. Chavis' defense always falls apart late.
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SamuelClemens109 months
So much wasted money in court system of law
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mkibod1109 months
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