POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Hebert seeks 3rd District Justice of the Peace office

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John C. Hebert

John C. Hebert of St. Amant recently announced his candidacy for the 3rd District Justice of the Peace office, which will be decided in this fall’s elections.

Hebert said he feels he is “the most qualified, responsible, and ethical candidate to assume the position of Justice of the Peace for the 3rd Judicial District.”

“I pledge is to be a fair, unbiased, attentive and accessible justice of the peace for the public at large,” he said.

Hebert said he also promises to dedicate himself to this position full time, if elected, going so far as to make his services available in the evening and early night hours to accommodate all citizens. “In addition, with John C. Hebert in office, you are guaranteed that all emergencies will be handled efficiently and effectively as they arise,” he said.

With over 35 years of public service, including 15 years in the fire service and more than 20 years in law enforcement, Hebert said he feels he has a proven track record for professionalism and integrity. Of his 20 years in law enforcement, Hebert has worked both for the Louisiana State Department of Corrections as well as the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. In these capacities, he has maintained a staggering 97 percent conviction rate on felony cases. He said he feels his “unsurpassed professional experience, along with his extensive training and range of certifications” make him the best candidate.

Hebert is a native and resident of St. Amant and an active member of St Mark’s Church with his wife of 19 years and their three children.

“It is time to cast a vote for an educated leader, a Christian father and a trained and experienced professional,” Hebert said.