Welcome to the Court's Website. We hope the information contained on this site will enable you to understand the role of the Court and the information necessary if you should ever need the courts services.

WHAT IS THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE COURT?

The Justice of the Peace Court was established by the State of Louisiana. It has the authority to decide certain criminal matters as well as civil disputes up to $5,000.00 in amount. It also has the authority to handle evictions, ordinance violations, notarize documents, and perform weddings. The Court MAY NOT hear the following cases: suits involving annulment, separation, divorce, alimony, separation of property, succession, interdiction, receivership, liquidation, habeas corpus, or the title to real estate; suits against a State agency, parish, municipality or other political subdivision, or suits against a public official performing official duties.

WHO ARE YOUR JUDGES AND CONSTABLES?

District Justice of Peace Constable
1 Charles Lemoine Matt Hartford
2 Sharon Hebert Charles Hopkins
3 George Molex Mike Porche
4 Staci Myers Randy Pourciau
5 Ida Chustz Joseph Ballard
6 Leona Jarreau Ron Pourciau
7 Roosevelt Gremillion Gloria Facione
8 Claiborne Ashford Elie Part
9 Randy Guidroz George Miller
10 John Cline Scotty LeJeune
11 Lillian L Montgomery Floyd Meche
12 Kevin St Cyr Roger Dixon