Troy G. Broussard

Troy G. Broussard

701 Papworth Ave. Suite 210
Metairie, LA 70005

Phone: 504-835-9491


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About Troy G. Broussard

toll-free 888 394-3779 1997 Summer Session Graduate; 1998 Summer Session Graduate; 1999 Summer Session Graduate; 2002 Summer Session Graduate; 2003 Summer Session Graduate; 2004 Summer Session Graduate; 2005 Winter Session Graduate His practice is 95% devoted to the defense of persons charged with DWI, having now handled over one thousand DWI cases. He and his associates handle all parishes in Louisiana. He is also a member of The Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, The Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the West St. Tammany Bar Association, and the Louisiana State Bar Association.

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