Jarrett P Ambeau
About Jarrett P AmbeauPersonal Bio:
Born and raised in Louisiana, I spent significant time in Tennessee and Georgia in the 90s, but returned home to go to school and I have lived here since 1998.
I spent more than twenty years in the restaurant business, culminating in managing a premiere white table cloth steak house, where I was responsible for the 3000 bottle wine list as the sommelier. I also ran the day-to-day operation of the restaurant, a skill set I hope to put to use in the restaurant business, in some capacity, after establishing my law practice.
I have an undergraduate degree from Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey. I finished there while deployed to Kuwait/Iraq in 2004 with a degree in Philosophy. I had studied at Louisiana State University for 3 1/2 years prior to finishing at the on-line college.
I graduated from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in the spring of 2008, where I was a two time finalist in the Ira S. Flory Moot Court competition, and a member of the 2007-2008 Moot Court Board.
After spending a little time working at a small firm in the Ascension Parish area, I opened my own firm in June of 2010. We now have two attorneys and two offices, one in Baton Rouge and one in Gonzales. Our practice is primarily focused on Felony Criminal Defense and DWI defense. However, we do handle many personal injury and family law cases, especially if you think the matter may go to trial.
I am also a contract attorney with the 23rd JDC Indigent Defense Board, as a public defender in Div. A.
I joined the U.S. Military in October of 2001, both in response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001; and a desire to join ROTC at LSU. I transferred to the 22nd LSO Trial Defense Service, criminal defense arm of the JAG Corps, in December of 2003, to function as a 27D, paralegal, in an environment that would offer the opportunity to learn about the practice of law.
In May of 2004, I volunteered to be deployed to Iraq. I was sent to Kuwait where I was the NCOIC of the Kuwait Trial Defense Service office. The attorney for whom I worked was assigned to one of the Abu Ghirab soldiers, and we functioned as her defense team for the duration of my deployment. We spent significant time traveling to Iraq in support of soldiers as legal defense. In addition, we had 5 General Courts Martial, and about 400 Article 15 proceedings, non-judicial punishment in the UCMJ. I redeployed in Jan of 2005, and returned home shortly thereafter.
Since my return, I have been a member of the Trial Defense Service, Team 15, in New Orleans, LA. My military career will come to an end in Oct. of 2013.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Insurance Claims
- Personal Injury
- White Collar Crime
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Visa, MasterCard, American Express
- Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Owner, The Ambeau Law Firm|
|Felony Criminal Defense and DWI Defense.|
|Public Defender, 23RD Judicial District Indigent Defense Board|
|Felony criminal defense of indigent clients in the 23rd JDC - Ascension Parish.|
|27D - Paralegal Specialist, U.S. Army|
|Support the Trial Defense Service in the JAG Corps of the U.S. Amry, including a deployment to Kuwait/Iraq in 2004.|
|Attorney, Dugas, LeBlanc & Mire|
|Practice areas include; felony criminal defense, personal injury, medical malpractice and family law.|
|Paul M. Hebert Law Center - Louisiana State University||J.D.|
|Honors: Member, 2007-2008 Moot Court Board; Invited to join the Wex Malone - Inns of Court; based on achievment in the National Institute of Trial Advocacy course.|
|Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge||Philosophy|
|Member - Criminal Justice Committee||Louisiana State Bar Association||2009-Current|
|Member||Louisiana State Bar Association||2009-Current|
|Member||Wex Malone Inn of Courts||2008-Current|
|Details: Invited to join this organization for litigation attorneys after participation in the National Institute of Trial Advocacy training at LSU Law School.|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
@DaveGeorgeson How about incorporating player age, 1yr/month, an older wiser wizard... would serve to reward those that stick around.— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) August 4, 2013
Set up a Facebook Page to send out notices of DWI Checkpoints in BR. Fighting the deprivation of your right to... http://fb.me/2BmwM3QXF— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 30, 2013
Why a #CriminalDefense built on #SelfDefense worked in the #Zimmerman trial. http://ow.ly/nswev http://fb.me/1jHaR1omT— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 30, 2013
Sex Offender registration arrests in Ascension Parish. #criminaldefense http://ow.ly/nslq1 http://fb.me/11vWEePOp— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 30, 2013
This is unbelievable, if you know one of these people, send them to me now. I would love to pick this fight.... http://fb.me/2vEDS5YBl— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 28, 2013
19 years old and 2 DWIs. http://ow.ly/noqZh http://fb.me/2y0d4KKow— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 28, 2013
2nd Degree nurder...sounds like there is more story here... http://ow.ly/nfseG http://fb.me/2wJznwX6o— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 23, 2013
This young man needs to hire an attorney immediately.... http://fb.me/1P8M6MhTd— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 20, 2013
Scientific Evidence problems in Criminal Defense http://fb.me/6oZ4yzcvX— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 19, 2013
Drug Charges - Ascension Parish - Criminal Defense http://fb.me/2zsb6mXRJ— Jarrett P Ambeau (@ambeaux) July 19, 2013