LDAA is a not-for-profit organization created in 1973 to promote the orderly administration of justice, assist District Attorneys and Assistant District Attorneys with their mutual problems, and provide them a platform with which to meet and discuss shared concerns and goals.
Find Your Prosecutor
Find your city or parish's district attorney's contact information within the LDAA District Attorney Roster. The attorneys are organized by their respective districts and parishes.
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LDAA Sponsored Trainings
This training season, the LDAA challenges you to return to your reason for serving in the Louisiana justice system and the promise you made to serve and protect. Are there new laws to learn or new skills to develop? We are here to help you get started with quality CLE and law enforcement training to keep you informed and up to speed.
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The LDAA is committed to ensuring that the victims and witnesses of crime are treated with dignity, respect, courtesy and sensitivity, and that the rights as provided by Louisiana law are honored and protected. In this section are listed reliable resources for victims as well as more information regarding Victim Assistance Coordinators, what they do, and how to find one in your area.