Captain Phillipa Louvois
Starfleet legal officer who prosecuted Jean-Luc Picard in the court-martial proceedings following the loss of the U.S.S. Stargazer in 2355. Although Picard and Louvois had been romantically involved prior to that time, the Stargazer trial ended that relationship. Louvois left Starfleet thereafter. The two did not see each other again until 2365, when Louvois, having returned to Starfleet as head of the Sector 23 Judge Advocate General's office, presided over the precedent-setting case in which she ruled that the android Data was entitled to full constitutional rights and was not the property of Starfleet.
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