09 May 2007

mahmoud m ghannam et al v city of alexandria

ninth judicial district court judge george metoyer "erred."

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Defendant appeals the grant of a permanent injunction in favor of Plaintiff, an alcohol beverage licensee, and three of his convenience stores, which were cited and penalized for the illegal sale of liquor to minors. The permanent injunction, which was granted by the trial court, enjoined the Alcohol Beverage Control Commission from imposing part of the penalty incurred, a thirteen-day suspension of Plaintiff’s liquor license. We reverse.
Defendant, City of Alexandria, appeals the trial court’s grant of a permanent injunction that enjoined the Alcohol Beverage Control Commission’s (Commission) penalty imposed upon an alcoholic beverage licensee, Mr. Mahmoud M. Ghannam, the owner of several convenience stores in which alcohol was illegally sold to minors in violation of the laws of the state. Due to these violations, three of Mr. Ghannam’s convenience stores, namely A&M of Cenla, A&M Mini Mart, Inc., and A&M High Tech, Inc., received citations from the Commission.
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