Louisiana - Western District

Louisiana - Western District

US Attorneys' Offices
DONALD W. WASHINGTON was nominated to become United States Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana in September of 2001, by President George W. Bush, and was confirmed by the United States Senate on October 23, 2001. As United States Attorney, Mr. Washington is responsible for prosecuting and defending the interests of the United States. The Western District of Louisiana is comprised of 5 judicial divisions, 2 manned offices, 42 parishes, and five major metropolitan areas including Lake Charles, Lafayette, Alexandria, Monroe, and Shreveport.