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Our main office is located on the Second Floor of The St. Tammany Parish Justice Center in downtown Covington. We also have offices in Washington Parish (Franklinton) and Slidell. Our office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (for the Misdemeanor Window, you must arrive before 4 p.m.). We follow the holiday schedule of the 22nd Judicial District Court, which closes for all federal and state holidays.

Appointments to meet with the District Attorney or any individual prosecutor may be made directly with that individual. Please understand that prosecutors can arrange meetings only when they are not required to be present in court. All media inquiries should go through our Communications Division. Please see our news page for additional information.

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St. Tammany Parish Office

Criminal Division
701 N. Columbia Street
Covington, LA  70433
Phone:  985-809-8383 Fax:  985-809-8365 Email:  [email protected]

Civil Division
21454 Koop Drive, 2G
Mandeville, LA  70448
Telephone: 985-898-3427
Fax: 985-867-5124
Email:  [email protected]

Slidell Office

520 Old Spanish Trail
Slidell, LA  70458
Phone:  985-646-4110
Fax: 985-646-4104
Email:  [email protected]

Washington Parish Office

Franklinton District Attorney’s Office
905 Pearl Street
Franklinton, LA  70438
Phone:  985-839-6711
Fax:  985-839-7860
Email: [email protected]


Jury Finds Slidell Man Guilty of Cruelty to a Juvenile

Jury Finds Slidell Man Guilty of Cruelty to a Juvenile

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 19, 2023 Jury Finds Slidell Man Guilty of Cruelty to a Juvenile COVINGTON - District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that on May 18, 2023, a 12-person jury in St. Tammany Parish, after deliberating for 30 minutes, unanimously found...