25th Judicial District, LA Public Defender’s Office
The 25th Judicial District Public Defender’s Office is located in Pointe A La Hache, LA. With District Defenders, attorneys and other support staff working on a part-time basis, the 25th Judicial District Office serve clients in Plaquemines Parish. This office provides legal representation to people charged with a misdemeanor, felony, capital appellate and post-conviction matters. Their mission is to advocate for clients, support practitioners and protects the public by continually improving the services guaranteed by the constitutional right to counsel. In addition, this office aims to prevent wrongful convictions, protect due process and constitutional rights, increase public safety, promote fiscal responsibility, and support economic growth throughout Louisiana. The Lousiana Public Defender Board (LPDB) oversees the work of the 25th Judicial District Office of the Public Defender. Moreover, the LPDB supports the defender community by providing training, public education, outreach and technical support to improve the delivery of public defense services across the state. If the court has assigned a public defender to your case in Plaquemines Parish, please contact the District Defender in the 25th Judicial District Public Defender’s Office using the contact information listed here.
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