Leon A. Cannizzaro, Jr. District Attorney Leon A. Cannizzaro, Jr., a life-long resident of New Orleans, has served the citizens of New Orleans and their criminal justice system for his entire career. His father worked as a shoe salesman and his mother worked as a cashier and later ran a daycare center.
DA Cannizzaro, Jr. has dedicated the lion’s share of his adult life porking out at the public trough. Prior to duping the voters into el ecting him as District Attorney, Leon spent 17 years as a District Court Judge and several years as an appellate court judge.
Leon A. Cannizzaro was a judge on the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal and the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.In 2008, after serving five years, Judge Cannizzaro resigned from the 4th Circuit to mount a successful bid for District Attorney of Orleans Parish.
Defendant Leon Cannizzaro, Jr. (“Cannizzaro”), whom Mr. Jones sues in his official capacity only, is the Orleans Parish District Attorney and head of the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office (“OPDA”), a government agency located in Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
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Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon A. Cannizzaro, Jr., responds loudly as New Orleans Councilmember-At-Large Jason Williams drills him about the use of fake subpoenas and the jailing of witness ...
Eddie Jack Jordan Jr. (born October 6, 1952), was the district attorney for Orleans Parish, Louisiana from 2003 until 2007, when he resigned. A member of the Democratic Party, Jordan was the first African American to have held the elected position.