Livingston Parish Courts

See Livingston Parish LA courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.


Albany Justice of Peace Court 29816 South Montpelier Road Albany LA 70711 225-567-3822


Albany Mayor's Court 29816 South Montpelier Road Albany LA 70711 225-567-1101

Denham Springs City Court 400 Mayor Herbert Hoover Ave Denham Springs LA 70726 225-665-1253

Denham Springs Justice of Peace Court 219 JC Williams Road Denham Springs LA 70706 225-777-4475

French Settlement Mayor's Court 16015 Louisiana 16 French Settlement LA 70733 225-689-6100

Killian Traffic Court 28284 Louisiana 444 Springfield LA 70462 225-695-6785

Livingston District Court I 20180 Iowa Street Livingston LA 70754 225-686-2216

Livingston District Court II 133 Aspen Square Denham Springs LA 70726 225-686-2216

Livingston Justice of Peace Court 20180 Iowa Street Livingston LA 70754 225-686-7920

Livingston Magistrate Court 20550 Circle Drive Livingston LA 70754 225-686-7153

Maurepas Justice of Peace Court 14724 Bear Island Road Maurepas LA 70449 225-695-3666

Port Vincent Mayor's Court 18235 Highway 16 French Settlement LA 70733 225-698-9891

Springfield Justice of Peace Court I 27378 Louisiana 42 Springfield LA 70462 225-294-2864

Springfield Justice of Peace Court II 30560 Lower Rome Road Springfield LA 70462 225-695-3217

Springfield Mayor's Court 27378 Louisiana 42 Springfield LA 70462 225-294-3150

Walker Justice of Peace Court I 30930 Walker Road North Walker LA 70785 225-664-2893

Walker Justice of Peace Court II 32447 Mangum Chapel Road Walker LA 70785 225-686-3890

Walker Mayor's Court 10136 Florida Boulevard Walker LA 70785 225-664-7692

Watson Justice of Peace Court 8040 Watson Cir Watson LA 70786 225-667-1500

Saint Amant Justice of Peace Court 11296 Highway 431 Saint Amant LA 70774 16.6 miles from Livingston Parish 225-644-1512

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.