News / Events 7/24/2017
  • Our office accepts credit cards for payments on accounts, copies, and advanced costs. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover.
  • You can now go to and search mortgage and conveyance indices of all participating parishes at no charge. If you find a record that you would like to access, the portal will connect you to the website of that specific Clerk of Court.
Criminal Processing Department
The Criminal Department is divided into two sections:
Criminal Processing Department – files all Criminal pleadings and issues notices thereof.  They
issue subpoenas for Criminal trials and hearings.  They also input all arraignments, motions, trials
and other hearings on the Criminal Court calendar.  The Index Books for Criminal charges dating
back to the 1900's are also available in this division of the Criminal Department.
Criminal Records Department – maintains and controls all Criminal (felony, misdemeanor and
traffic) records, Criminal non-support records, and Juvenile records.  Click here for the
Criminal Records Department.

The Criminal Processing Department is located in the basement of the Clerk of Court's Office.
Ph:    (985) 868-5660
Fax:  (985) 868-0239
Please note:

Our office will not accept facsimile (fax) filings in criminal matters.


Our office will not accept facsimile (fax) filing in non-support matters.


Our office will not accept facsimile (fax) filings in juvenile matters.

Supervisor:  Amy Keene

The Criminal Processing Department is responsible for filing all formal charges from the District
Attorney’s Office of the 32nd Judicial District Court in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana.  The
department handles all felony, misdemeanor and traffic charges which are handled within the
32nd Judicial District Court system.
The Criminal Department issues subpoenas, bench warrants, files extradition papers, sends
notice of judgment to the bondsman and bonding company when Judgments of Forfeiture
have been rendered, expunges criminal and traffic records, and conducts criminal background
searches for a fee.
The Criminal Processing Department also files all Juvenile Delinquent and Child(ren) in Need of
Care Charges.  All juvenile proceedings are confidential and cannot be viewed by the public
without a valid Court Order.  Criminal non-support charges and files are also maintained by the
Criminal Processing Department.
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