Earns a bachelor’s degree in music, cum laude, from Xavier University of Louisiana.
Authors “Liability of Public Schools for the use of Corporal Punishment” for the Southern University Law Review.
Obtains a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Southern University Law Center.
Is a senior assistant district attorney at the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office until 1988.
Is named Assistant District Attorney of the Year.
Is a partner at Brook, Morial, Cassibry, Fraiche and Pizza until 1991.
Is assistant United States attorney with the United States Attorney’s Office until 1992.
Serves of counsel for Brook, Morial, Cassibry, Fraiche and Pizza until 1994.
Is an associate at Abbott Simses until 1995.
Serves as chief prosecutor of the ATF Safe Home Task Force until 1996.
Is a district court judge and chief judge of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court until 2014.
Retires as district court judge of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.