COVID-19 – A Message from Our D.A.
We are taking all proactive means available to us to assure the safety of our employees and courthouse visitors during the pandemic. If you have questions or concerns, the most efficient way to communicate with us is via email at DAMontgomery@22da.com. We will respond as quickly as possible.
Our offices in Covington, Franklinton, and Slidell are now open for business with limited access to the general public. If your business can be handled over the phone or electronically, please do so. Otherwise, access to the office is by appointment only.
For updated information on court operations and jury service during the pandemic, click on the following link. https://22ndjdc.org/
Welcome to Our Website.
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.
Today Slidell celebrated it’s 30th Annual National Day of Prayer as part of our country’s 70th Annual National Day of Prayer, hosted by The Slidell Minister’s Association. District Attorney Warren Montgomery was proud to attend this beautiful event alongside other...
The District Attorney’s Office helped set up court at the Washington Parish Fairgrounds Saturday and assisted over 100 people in resolving outstanding warrants on misdemeanor and traffic tickets. Thanks to District Judges Ellen Creel and Vincent Lobello for...
On Saturday, March 20th, District Attorney, Warren Montgomery held an Expungement Seminar at the Sweet Rest Baptist Church in Franklinton, Louisiana. His presentation explained this legal process in detail and talked about his own program, The Fresh Start Program. He...