WW II pilot Jim Siracuse turns 100 on Friday, May 22. Join us TOMORROW at 10AM at the Lions’ Hall, 720 Lafitte St., Mandeville LA 70448 for a car parade honoring him. Birthday cake and/or lunch (dutch treat with social distancing) to follow at LaLou’s Restaurant, 200 Girod St., Mandeville LA 70448.
Please join us in honoring our fallen officers this week for Police Officers Memorial Day. On this day of reflection, we honor the current law enforcement officers who put their lives on the line daily to keep our community safe and those officers who gave their lives in the line of duty. We want to thank all our officers, both local and across the country, for their selfless service, especially during these trying times. To donate to the families of fallen officers, please click here.
Please watch this informative video. National Crime Victims Week is this week. Join me as we honor the bravery, commitment and rights of victim’s and survivors of crime, across the nation and in our own St. Tammany and Washington Parishes. District Attorney Warren Montgomery and his Team, are proud to work alongside the Office of Justice and ViaLink/2-1-1 to “Seek Justice, Ensure Victims’ Rights and Inspire Hope.”
District Attorney Warren Montgomery was on the airwaves this morning with Lake 94.7FM discussing how technology in the 22nd JDC has made working remotely more efficient and helping everyone stay safe and healthy for the benefit of all of St. Tammany and Washington Parish.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery talks to Jeff Crouere of WGSO 990AM to talk about how the 22nd JDC is integrating with new technologies to continue to provide the legal services for St. Tammany and Washington Parishes and how these residents can protect themselves from COVID-19 Scams.
Newell Normand interviews District Attorney Warren Montgomery of the 22nd JDC on the introduction of virtual court to continue his office’s operations and how to keep yourself safe from scammers who may try to use the current COVID-19 crisis to their advantage.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery spoke to WDSU via video call regarding the new virtual court that can accommodate up to 99 members at a time. The District Attorney also warns about scammers who may try to take advantage of the current COVID-19 situation by manipulating unsuspecting citizens.
Follow the link below to see the interview with WDSU:
The District Attorney of Washington and St. Tammany Parish, Warren Montgomery, gives his advice on how you can keep yourself safe from scammers attempting to take advantage of the current COVID-19 situation.
District Attorney Warren Montgomery, Clerk of Court Melissa Henry and District Judge Richard Swartz speak to Rob Masson of Fox 8 about the impact that the Coronavirus has had on hearings and court matters and how some are being handled using Zoom video conferencing.
Click the link below to see more:
Through a collaborative effort between the District Attorney’s Office of Warren Montgomery, the Parish Clerk’s Office, the Public Defenders Office, and the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, a “Virtual Court” has been created to help continue the criminal justice process. For more details on how the Virtual Court will be proceeding and operating, a PDF document may be downloaded here:
For those needing a Waiver of Physical Presence form for Virtual Court, click the PDF link here: