Louisiana

Louisiana became the 18th state on April 8, 1812. Baton Rouge is the state capital. There are currently 64 parishes ( counties ) each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – M

Acadia Parish / Allen Parish / Ascension Parish / Assumption Parish / Avoyelles Parish / Beauregard Parish / Bienville Parish / Bossier Parish / Caddo Parish / Calcasieu Parish / Caldwell Parish / Cameron Parish / Catahoula Parish / Claiborne Parish / Concordia Parish / De Soto Parish / East Baton Rouge Parish / East Carroll Parish / East Feliciana Parish / Evangeline Parish / Franklin Parish / Grant Parish / Iberia Parish / Iberville Parish / Jackson Parish / Jefferson ParishJefferson Davis Parish / La Salle Parish / Lafayette Parish / Lafourche Parish / Lincoln Parish / Livingston ParishMadison Parish / Morehouse Parish

N – W

Natchitoches Parish / Orleans Parish / Ouachita Parish / Plaquemines Parish / Pointe Coupee Parish / Rapides Parish / Red River Parish / Richland Parish / Sabine Parish / Saint Bernard Parish / Saint Charles Parish / Saint Helena Parish / Saint James Parish / Saint John the Baptist Parish / Saint Landry Parish / Saint Martin Parish / Saint Mary Parish / Saint Tammany Parish / Tangipahoa Parish / Tensas Parish / Terrebonne Parish / Union Parish / Vermilion Parish / Vernon Parish / Washington Parish / Webster Parish / West Baton Rouge Parish / West Carroll Parish / West Feleciana Parish / Winn Parish

 

Louisiana Supreme Court 

 

Louisiana First Court of Appeal - Baton Rouge

Louisiana Second Court of Appeal - Shreveport

Louisiana Third Court of Appeal – Lake Charles

Louisiana Fourth Court of Appeal - New Orleans

Louisiana Fifth Court of Appeal – Gretna