Court News

Maurice Anderson, age 47, of Hammond, LA, was sentenced to 60 years with the department of corrections under the habitual offender bill of information.

Julia Lucas, age 43, of Hammond, LA, pleaded guilty to manslaughter. She was sentenced to 30 years with the department of corrections.

James Milton, age 38, of Hammond, LA, pleaded no contest to production/manufacturing schedule II controlled dangerous substances. He was sentenced to 10 years with the Department of Corrections.

Tony Wilbanks, age 35, of Livingston, LA, pleaded guilty to principle carnal knowledge of a juvenile, video voyeurism,  two counts of indecent behavior with juveniles, and pornography involving juveniles. He was sentenced to 12 years with the department of corrections.

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The district attorney's offices are open Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.

 

Livingston Parish Office:

 

Phone: (225) 686-3070
FAX: (225) 686-7036

 

St. Helena Parish  Office:

 

Phone: (225) 222-6159
FAX: (225) 222-6530

 

Tangipahoa Parish Office:

 

Phone: (985) 748-7890
FAX: (985) 748-9932

 

For additional information, locations, and mailing addresses please visit the CONTACT US section listed at the top of the page.

 

 

The Twenty First Judicial District is made up of Livingston, Tangipahoa, and St. Helena parishes. It is one of the largest districts in the state of Louisiana with a current population of over 260,000.
 

Home to Southeastern Louisiana University, which is one of the fastest growing universities in the nation, and Livingston parish being one of the fastest growing parishes/counties in the nation, our district continues to develop.


As the district changes, the District Attorney’s Office will change with it. An online newsletter and searchable court dockets are just two new options that are now available through this website. The page also contains  Information about the various programs and services offered by our office.

 

 As always, we hope to provide you with easy access to the information you need. I hope that this website proves to be both informative and helpful.

 

As District Attorney, I pledge the best efforts of my office to ensure the citizens of this great district the high quality prosecution agency it deserves.

 

Scott M. Perrilloux
21st Judicial District Attorney

 

 
 

 

 

Hammond native Scott Perrilloux is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University and Loyola University School of Law. Now serving his third term of office, Perrilloux has been District Attorney for the Twenty First Judicial District since his first election in 1996. Throughout this time, his office has consistently maintained a 90% or higher criminal conviction rate.

 

Before becoming District Attorney, Perrilloux already had an extensive legal career in the community. He has served as City Prosecutor for the City Court of Hammond, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Hammond, Assistant District Attorney of the Twenty First Judicial District, and Judge Pro Tempore for the City Court of Hammond.

 

Perrilloux is a member of the National District Attorneys Association and the Louisiana District Attorneys Association. He has been a member of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association’s Board of Directors, serving as President for the 2005-2006 term.