Who is Tony Clayton?

Who is Tony Clayton?

District Attorney Tony Clayton has worked in criminal prosecution all of his career. Before being elected District Attorney in 2020, he served as First Assistant District Attorney, and was the Chief of Felony Trials for the 18th Judicial DDA’s office.

Who is the DA in Pointe Coupee Parish?

Tony Clayton
Tony Clayton, District Attorney – Office of the District Attorney for the 18th Judicial District, Parishes of Iberville, West Baton Rouge & Pointe Coupee.

Who is the DA of Baton Rouge?

District Attorney

Name Title
Moore, III, Hillar District Attorney

Is Hillar Moore married?

Married to Bernadine Aiavolasiti Moore at St.

How many district attorneys are in Louisiana?

There are forty-two (42) elected District Attorneys in Louisiana, one per judicial district and Orleans Parish.

What does a district attorney do in Louisiana?

The district attorney determines whom, when, and how to charge a State criminal law violation. Law enforcement agencies report to the district attor- ney on arrests made.

Why would the district attorney call me?

The DA is required to call you under the Victim Bill of Rights because this is a domestic violence case. They could get in trouble if they did not do so. They have to send you a victim impact statement, get your position on the case, find out…

Does the DA investigate?

Investigation of Law Enforcement A DA has the power to investigate allegations of law enforcement misconduct and ultimately bring charges. A DA also has the power to ask a special prosecutor or another agency to investigate law enforcement misconduct.

Can the DA make you testify?

The prosecutor can file charges against the alleged abuser even if the victim recants or refuses to testify. In certain cases, the prosecutor could decide to subpoena the victim and compel them to testify—but having a terrified or hostile victim on the stand isn’t always the best approach.

Do I have to talk to the DA?

If a person is accused of a crime, that person should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney for help. This is true no matter if the person is accused of: a misdemeanor, or. a felony.