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Welcome to the James Law Firm, LLC

20 Years of Experience

James Law Firm, LLC was founded on the idea of a teamwork approach to the practice of law, which gives a unique approach to representing his clients. The attorneys work together on every aspect of the case and begin each case with the idea of taking it to trial. When you hire our firm, you don’t hire an attorney, you hire a team that strives to deliver nothing short of excellence. Our practice areas include: DWI Defense, Probation Violations, Felony & Misdemeanor Criminal Defense, Possession Charges, Juvenile Offenses, Divorce,Child Custody, and Personal Injury.
The attorneys at James Law Firm passionately defend clients in St. Tammany Parish, Jefferson Parish, St. Bernard Parish, as well as surrounding parishes throughout Southern Louisiana. You deserve a defense attorney who is committed to not only protecting your rights, but also fighting for you. Call today for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Why Choose Us

A team Not An Attorney:

The James Law firm boasts multiple full-time paralegals, a dedicated investigator and many of-counsel attorneys with which we often associate, including top federal attorneys as well a retired judge, just to name a few.

Areas of Focus:

The James Law Firm focuses on being SECOND TO NONE when it comes to drug, domestic and dwi cases. Over the years we have spent countless hours and resources making sure that we are abreast of the latest developments and changes to the laws and treatment programs as well as maintaining healthy relationships with prosecutors and judges.

Client Support:

Communication with our clients and their families is paramount to us. While many attorneys concentrate only on the criminal case at hand, when needed, we assist our clients with obtaining the best possible treatment for any personal issues that may have lead to the situation at hand. Our goals are to keep you out of jail as well as put you on a path to success so that this is your LAST brush with the criminal justice system, if you so desire.

Violent Crimes:

With respect to more severe crimes, our firm typically associates with top lawyers in that area and attack the cases aggressively. Violent and sex cases typically involve victims and require tremendous man hours to ensure your rights are protected and the wrongfully accused get the best defense possible. If you are charged with one of these crimes, hiring competent counsel as quickly as possible is paramount to your outcome.


We try to keep our prices competitive, as we don’t feel that only the wealthy should be able to receive the best defense possible. However, if you are looking for the cheapest lawyers, we are not them. If you are in trouble and looking for the BEST defense, contact us immediately.


Practice Area

Our firm’s practice areas include Criminal Defense, Family Law, and Personal Injury. The attorneys at James Law Firm, LLC have experienced Louisiana defense attorneys, who have a history of successfully defending thousands of criminal cases.

We focus on many areas of criminal defense, which include domestic violence / domestic abuse charges, drug possession charges, DWI offenses, probation violations, felony charges, misdemeanor charges, and juvenile charges.

Communication with our clients, along with our teamwork approach, is our firm’s framework for success. Our goal is to develop an individualized strategy for each case, which is designed to get the best results possible. We know going to court can be a confusing and stressful experience.  Our staff will work with you every step of the way through the court proceedings.

James Law Firm, LLC has offices in Covington and Franklinton. We passionately defend clients in St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Livingston, Jefferson, and surrounding parishes throughout Southern Louisiana. You deserve an attorney committed to not only protecting your rights, but also fighting for you. For a free consultation, please contact us today at 985-276-4740.

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    How It Works


    Our Team

    Mark L James

    – Attorney

    Justin Marquez

    – Attorney

    Chrissy Bradley

    – Covington Office Manager

    Shelby Young

    – Legal Secretary

    Kay Magee

    – Legal Secretary

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    Our Faq

    • DUI/DWI
    • Domestic violence
    • Drug Offenses
    • Traffic Tickets
    • Firearm violations
    • Probation/Parole violations
    • Sex crimes
    • Juvenile cases
    • Misdemeanors
    • Felony charges
    • Expungements

    Misdemeanors are less severe charges than felony charges. Misdemeanor convictions can result in fines, temporary restrictions, an/or a maximum jail sentence of up to one year. Felony convictions can carry longer jail time and/or larger fines.

    Bail is a set amount of money that releases you from jail. This money is used to ensure you will appear for future court hearings and trial dates.

    We recommend that you dress professionally for court. Please do not wear shorts, tank tops, or hats.

    Always contact an attorney before speaking to a police officer or an investigator. You have a right to have your attorney present when answering questions from authorities.

    Contact an attorney immediately. An attorney can help you address the attachment that was issued for your missed court date.

    An arraignment is a court hearing where the charges are read to the defendant. The defendant then enters a plea of guilty or not guilty.

    In some instances your case may go to trial. You must go to court on scheduled dates prior to a verdict being reached. However, our goal is to convince prosecution that your case is not one they can win.