Jefferson Parish

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Jefferson Parish, Louisiana - Notable Residents
... Alario, Republican state senator from Jefferson Parish former Democratic Speaker of the Louisiana House of Representatives Patrick Connick ...
Charles D. Lancaster, Jr. - An Active Republican
... of Democratic Congressman Rodney Alexander of Quitman in Jackson Parish to the Republican Party ... Treen, then of Jefferson Parish ... members whose districts included a portion of Jefferson Parish ...
Charles Grisbaum, Jr.
... Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, located at Gretna in Jefferson Parish in the New Orleans suburbs ... The Fifth Circuit is composed of these four parishes Jefferson, St ... Grisbaum represented suburban District 79 in Jefferson Parish in the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1972 to 1982 ...
Ronald Bodenheimer
... Bodenheimer (born 1953) was a judge in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, convicted of various federal charges resulting, in part, from an FBI probe called Operation Wrinkled Robe ... his legal career with the state as a prosecutor with the Jefferson Parish District Attorney's Office ... Jim Donelon, an established politician with overwhelming support by Jefferson Parish elected officials ...
Patrick F. Taylor Science And Technology Academy - History
... The school was started in 2004 as a half day specialty school called Jefferson Parish School for Science and Technology (JPSST) ... Students attending public schools in the parish would enroll in JPSST - they would attend their home-based school half a day and JPSST half a day - they were transported between their home-based ... At the time, the school included 7th - 9th grade and was located in the Jefferson Parish Public School System special services building, occupying the entire ...

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