Former Parish President Aaron Broussard appeared at the federal courthouse in New Orleans Friday to answer a subpoena in the ongoing investigation into his administration, his attorney Mike Ellis said. The visit is at least Broussard's second to the Hale Boggs Federal Building since federal agents began work in November to build a case against members of his administration. "Aaron's going to respond anytime the government wants him to," Ellis said. "And I've advised him not to make any statements until this passes and his name's cleared." Broussard first delivered documents to the courthouse two weeks after his Jan. 8 resignation. He left office in the wake of scandal that began in October with reports that his top aide, Tim Whitmer, was conducting private insurance business with parish contractors and public agencies.