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Camille A. "Cam" Morvant II     

Camille A. "Cam Morvant As District Attorney, my goals are:
To ensure that justice is served for the residents of Lafourche by enforcing the criminal laws of the State of  Louisiana.

To champion the rights of victims of crime in Lafourche  Parish.

To protect those juveniles subject to abuse and/or neglect.

To ensure that the best interests of children are preserved by enforcing Louisiana's child support laws.

To implement programs designed to educate and inform the public regarding the role that the District Attorney’s Office has in their day to day lives.

For your convenience, our office has an Assistant District Attorney available from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday though Friday to answer your questions, provided that you do not already have an outside attorney representing you.  Please call (985) 447-2003 and ask for the assistant on duty.


The Lafourche Parish District Attorney is the statutory legal advisor to the Parish Government and to all Parish Board and Commissions. In his capacity as legal advisor, the District Attorney works closely with Parish Council and the Parish President to protect the interests of Lafourche Parish. The District Attorney's Office also makes itself available to answer questions and provide legal advice to Parish Boards and Commissions.


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  • Domino Effect

  • Violence Intervention Program (VIP)

  • District Attorney Truancy Program (DATE)

  • Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying


PRESS RELEASE - November 20, 1015

THIBODAUX - A Cut Off man was convicted Thursday for three offenses arising out of an April 2013 disturbance in South Lafourche.

Anthony Lebouef, 36, was found guilty of fourth offense driving while intoxicated, public intimidation and aggravated flight from an officer after a three-day jury trial.

"I thank the jury for their attention, their service and their verdict" said Assistant District Attorney Heather Hendrix, who prosecuted the case. "Considering the facts of this case, it was fortunate that no one was injured."

A Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office deputy initially made contact with Lebouef on West 21st Street in Larose as the officer responded to a complaint of a disturbance. When approached by the deputy, Lebouef refused to exit his vehicle and instead fled the scene, nearly striking the officer. The defendant then led the deputy on a high speed pursuit through residential neighborhoods. During the pursuit, several other vehicles were forced from the roadway before Lebouef was eventually forced to stop.

While the deputy processed the scene, Lebouef made comments threatening to have the officer fired in retaliation for the arrest, leading to the public intimidation charge. During the subsequent investigation it was determined that Lebouef's blood alcohol content was above the legal limit, and several open cans of beer were located in the vehicle.

"Our office has always targeted repeat DWI offenders, and for a reason," said District Attorney Camille A. Morvant, II. "They have historically posed an increasing risk of harm to the public, and this man's reckless behavior while drunk illustrates that danger."  

The defendant had previously been convicted of DWI for offenses arising in May and December of 2003, as well as December, 2009. Lebouef faces up to thirty years in prison for the DWI conviction, up to five years in prison on both the aggravated flight and public intimidation charges. Sentencing is set for December 10 at 1:30 before the Hon. John E. LeBlanc.

Lebouef's vehicle is also subject to seizure as a result of the DWI conviction, and he may also be charged as an habitual offender under Louisiana law because of other prior felony convictions.