Asset Forfeitures Program

Asset forfeiture is a powerful tool used by law enforcement agencies against criminals and criminal organizations to deprive them of their ill-gotten gains through seizure of these assets. Our Asset Forfeiture Program is used to disrupt, dismantle, and deter those who prey on the vulnerable for financial gain, including criminal organizations, drug dealers, terrorists, and...

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Bond Forfeitures Program

When a defendant released on cash bail fails to appear in court, or otherwise violates a condition of their bail, the court can declare the bail bond forfeited. State laws often require that notice of the forfeiture be sent to the defendant and to their surety. To answer your general inquiries about Bond Forfeiture procedures, please follow this link.  If...

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Child Support Department

The Bossier Webster Parish Child Support Department provides a full staff who work to interview, establish, and enforce child support obligations in the 26th Judicial District Court of Bossier Parish and Webster Parish. The Child Support Office interviews daily beginning at 8:30am until 3:30pm. We accept walk-in interviews on Thursdays from 9:00am - 10:30am, or you...

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Criminal Department

Felony Criminal Prosecution Inquiries For any questions regarding felony criminal prosecution contact the felony supervisor in your parish. For more information on the steps in prosecuting a felony case, click here. Bossier Parish Jennifer Hay Felony Supervisor Email: jhay@26thda.org Phone: (318) 965-3768 Webster Parish Angela Hall Felony Supervisor Email: ahall@26thda.org Phone: (318) 377-7557 Ext. 4 Misdemeanor Criminal...

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Drug Court

What is a Drug Court? Drug courts are problem-solving courts that operate under a specialized model in which the judiciary, prosecution, defense bar, probation, law enforcement, mental health, social service, and treatment communities work together to help non-violent offenders find restoration in recovery and become productive citizens.  The 26th Judicial District Court operates Drug Court...

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No Insurance Program

This Program is a collaborative effort with the Bossier Parish District Attorney, the Bossier Parish Sheriff and Louisiana Public Safety Corporation to take crime fighting in Bossier Parish to the next level.  This Program leverages advances in technology to help law enforcement officials keep Bossier Parish citizens safe. The technology is advanced license plate readers...

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Restitution Program

Restitution may be ordered by a District Judge in court or it may be part of a plea agreement offered by the District Attorney’s Office. Our office collects these funds and distributes them to the victim based on a pre-determined payment schedule. If you are a victim please make sure the District Attorney's Office has...

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Traffic Department

The Office of the District Attorney prosecutes violations of state traffic laws occurring within Bossier and Webster Parishes. This includes tickets issued by: Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office Louisiana State Police (issued in Bossier or Webster Parish) Various other agencies (for example: Wildlife and Fisheries, DOTD, etc.) Tickets issued by the Bossier...

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Worthless Checks Department

Our goal is to assist in the collection of monies owed merchants from patrons issuing worthless checks in the course of business. Please read the Policy and Procedures to help in the prosecution of these individuals. It is our desire that this information will assist you in reclaiming these amounts. Policy and Procedures Worthless Check...

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