A federal judge has approved a settlement for an attorney in the desegregation case.  The settlement means the St. Landry School Board will pay $800,000 to the attorney who was on the opposing side of the parish's desegregation case that lasted more than four decades.  Opelousas attorney Marion Overton White had, at first, sought 10 million dollars for his legal fees over the years.  The school board fought the initial request, and the settlement was approved by the board earlier this month, and formalized this week by U.S. District Judge Tucker Melancon