Unless counsel has tickets for the BCS title game, of course.
Babcock, whose law office is in Baton Rouge, said lawyers for the plaintiff in the case also have tickets to the game.
“We might disagree on the merits of the case, but everyone was in agreement on this, for sure,” he said during an interview Friday.
That includes West Baton Rouge Parish District Judge Alvin Batiste, who agreed Thursday to postpone the trial but didn’t immediately set a new date. Babcock said he doesn’t know if Batiste is an LSU fan, “but most people around here are.”
(h/t Epic Carnival)