Courts are on the 4th and 6th floors of the Rapides Parish Courthouse
Personal Message from District Attorney Phillip Terrell To The Citizens Of Rapides Parish In this time of national emergency and uncertainty, I want to assure each of you that my office will remain open and operating and is here to assist each of you. If any of you or your family members should encounter: 1) Price gouging; 2) Financial scams; or 3) Any other fraudulent activity related to the COVID-19 crisis; I have set up our office email, firstname.lastname@example.org, to serve as a hotline for you to report such activity. My office will immediately coordinate the appropriate response with the appropriate law enforcement agency be it Federal or State. Together as a community, and with God’s help, the good people of Rapides Parish will get through this. Please be courteous and respectful to everyone and let’s take care of each other. Fear Can Not Survive, Where Faith Exists. God Bless Phillip
District Attorney Phillip Terrell and his staff want the citizens of Rapides Parish to understand that during this crisis his office can be reached through following numbers: Main Office Number 318.473.6650 Main Office Fax Number 318.442.9276 IV-D Child Support Office 318.442.9200 IV-D Child Support Fax Number 318.442.9286 Victims Support Services 318.625.3392 Victim Support Services Fax Number 318.704.6077 The Office of the District Attorney can also be reached through our FaceBook Page at https://www.facebook.com/rapidesda and our web site at http://www.rapidesda.org
Rapides Parish District Attorney Phillip Terrell announces felony conviction. Today, a Rapides Parish jury found Anthony Strong, 46, of Alexandria, guilty of the offense of First Degree Robbery. District Attorney Terrell would like to thank the Pineville Police Department for their thorough investigation. District Attorney Terrell would also like to recognize ADA Cheryl Carter, ADA Kelvin Sanders, Chief Felony ADA Monica Doss, DA Investigator Mike Stephan, and DA Staff Melissa Scroggs for their hard work and dedication in getting this case to court on behalf of the State. Judge Chris Hazel scheduled the sentencing hearing in this matter for June 5, 2019. Strong faces up to 40 years with the Louisiana Department of Corrections.