The 24th Judicial District Court and the Clerk of Court are using technology to keep court operations running during the state-mandated stay-at-home orders due to the cornavirus.
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EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2022, PURSUANT TO LA. C.C.P. ARTS. 863 AND 891, ALL PLEADINGS MUST CONTAIN EMAIL ADDRESSES FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS. (A party not represented by an attorney is required to provide an email address, if the party has an email address.)
***NOTICE REGARDING WITNESS FEES IN CIVIL CASES***
Pursuant to La. R.S. 13:3661, effective August 1, 2021, “No witness [in a civil case, who resides or who is employed in this state] shall be subpoenaed to attend a trial or hearing unless the party who desires the testimony of the witness has deposited with the clerk of court the estimated attendance fee and travel expenses.” Each such witness is entitled to $50 for each day the witness is required to appear in court, and appropriate travel expenses. Please refer to R.S. 13:3661 for specific details.
Orders and information regarding hurricane Ida filings.
Information about being an election commissioner.
Take advantage of e-filing and fax filing by email (see information below). PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that in addition to e-filing documents through the JeffNet system, both civil and criminal documents may be filed by fax. Please refer to the fax filing phone numbers and email addresses provided on the Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court’s website specific to civil and criminal filings. Please also refer to the fax filing guidelines on the Clerk of Court’s website https://www.jpclerkofcourt.us/courts/24th-judicial-district-court/fax-filing-guidelines. Should you have any technical difficulties or need further assistance with either e-filing or fax filing by email, you may contact ComputerLab@jpclerkofcourt.us or the Clerk of Court’s IT department by phone at (504) 364-2976.
Pursuant to Section H of Proclamation Number JBE 2020-75, all legal deadlines, including liberative prescription and peremptive periods, for proceedings in all courts, administrative agencies, and boards have been suspended until at least July 5th, 2020. Please refer to ACT No. 162 of the Louisiana 2020 Regular Legislative Session and Section H of Proclamation Number JBE 2020-75 with regard to legal deadlines, and the suspension and/or extension of prescriptive and peremptive periods. Click here to see ACT No. 162. Click here to see Proclamation Number JBE 2020-75. Contact the court or agency specific to your concerns for further guidance.
24th Judicial District Court Division D Civil Video Conferences
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Louisiana Supreme Court Orders
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View Louisiana Supreme Court Order – Filing Deadlines
EXECUTIVE ORDER NUMBER 2021 JBE 13
PROCLAMATION NUMBER 172 JBE 2021
PROCLAMATION NUMBER 166 JBE 2021
PROCLAMATION NUMBER 165 JBE 2021