The Louisiana Supreme Court is lifting its COVID 19-related moratorium on jury trials in the state as of March 31.
“It is imperative that members of the public feel safe in returning to our courthouses for jury duty. Serving as a juror is one of the most important civic responsibilities to be undertaken by our citizens, and it is the courts’ responsibility to ensure their safety,” Chief Justice John Weimer said.
CLICK HERE to read Chief Justice Weimer’s letter to potential jurors in Louisiana.
The Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office is open to the public. Anyone wishing to enter parish government facilities must have their temperature taken upon entering and wear a mask while inside. In an effort to continue to promote public safety and the safety of our employees, we ask that you contact us at 504.368.1020, M-F, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or via e-mail at email@example.com in order to schedule an appointment to meet with a member of our staff.
This office remains committed to protecting the citizens of this great parish by fairly prosecuting those who commit crime and assisting those who are unfortunate victims.
Our site is designed to provide you with two kinds of information. First, for those of you who need to conduct business with our office, it is our hope to provide you with helpful information that will allow us to serve you better. Second, there are links to educational materials that will help to prevent you and your family from being victims of crime.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and please check back regularly for any updates or new information.
Jefferson Parish District Attorney
- District Attorney Paul D. Connick Jr., discusses his office’s commitment to supporting victims of crime during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2021.
Following an exhaustive, 23-month police use-of-force review, District Attorney Paul D. Connick Jr., announces today his office will not seek criminal chargesGRETNA, La. – Jefferson Parish District Attorney Paul D. Connick Jr., announced today that his office will not seek criminal charges against JPSO narcotics agents Justin Brister, Gary Bordelon, David Lowe or Jason Spadoni, whose apprehension of Keeven Robinson led to his tragic death. In light of the evidence, the …
- The Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office partially reopened its facilities on Monday, May 18. Many members of our staff have returned to their offices, but others continue to work remotely. Anyone wishing to enter parish government facilities must have their temperature taken by parish personnel upon entering and wear a …
- As National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2020 kicks off, District Attorney Paul D. Connick Jr. discusses his office’s ongoing service amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- In following state and local orders, the District Attorney’s Office is closed to the public effective 4:30 p.m., Monday, March 23. However, the office remains operational and committed to serving the public. During this period, we ask you to contact us at 504.361.2854, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., or …
The mission of the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office is to ensure that justice is served by protecting the citizens of our Parish without regard to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status. Our office always will maintain the highest level of honesty, integrity, transparency, and accountability to our community. While our goal is to vigorously prosecute violent and habitual offenders, we also are committed to crime prevention through the implementation of innovative programs designed to break the cycle of crime.