Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Lee Sheng has lifted the mask mandate for all parish government buildings effective Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022.

This includes the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office buildings.

WELCOME

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.

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Paul Connick,
Jefferson Parish District Attorney

WHAT’S NEW

  • Lawrence Sly convicted of murdering his neighbor in Woodmere

    A Jefferson Parish jury Friday evening (June 17) found Lawrence Sly guilty as charged of second-degree murder for killing his neighbor, a crime that was the culmination of years of disputes between the two men. Sly, now 70, shot Webber, 57, six times outside their homes in the 3800 block …
  • Abraham Aguilar convicted of sexual battery of a juvenile

    A Jefferson Parish jury on Wednesday night (June 15) found Abraham Aguilar guilty as charged of sexual battery of a juvenile under age 13. Aguilar, 40, of Marrero, committed the crime between Jan. 1, 2020 and Aug. 18, 2020, when the victim was 11 years old. In addition to the …
  • Justin ‘Jeeky’ Hutchinson guilty of murdering New Orleans man at Marrero bar & grill

    A Jefferson Parish jury on Thursday night (May 26) found Justin A. “Jeeky” Hutchinson guilty as charged of second-degree murder for shooting a New Orleans man repeatedly outside a Marrero bar and grill. Using his 9mm semiautomatic pistol, Hutchinson, 32, of Marrero, shot Rashad Lewis once in the head, five …
  • Hoang M. Le convicted of sexual battery of a juvenile

    A Jefferson Parish jury on Tuesday night (May 24) convicted Hoang M. Le of sexually molesting a child over an 11-year period. Le, 32, of Harvey, is guilty as charged of sexual battery of a juvenile under age 13 and sexual battery. Both counts involve the same victim, who was …
  • Everette Campbell pleads guilty to role in Marrero homicide, gets 35-year sentence

    A Jefferson Parish judge on Tuesday (May 24) sentenced Everette Campbell to 35 years in prison for his role in an attempted robbery during which his codefendant shot four people, killing two of them. Campbell, 26, of Terrytown, pleaded guilty to two counts of manslaughter and one count of obstruction of …

 

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

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.