Suzanne de Mahy

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Commitment to Justice

Suzanne de Mahy is the owner of de Mahy Legal Services, LLC. Her focus is on effectively and efficiently serving the legal needs of the community. In addition to owning and running a solo practice, she also holds a contract with the 16th Judicial District Public Defender’s Office covering Iberia, St. Martin and St. Mary parishes.
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Areas of Practice

Suzanne de Mahy, along with de Mahy Legal Services, LLC, provides legal representation primarily in the areas of criminal law and family law (divorce, child support, custody and visitation). Suzanne handles a wide range of criminal matters ranging from assisting with minor traffic violations to serious felony charges. Criminal Law matters handled by this office include:
  • Drug related offenses: possession, distribution and other drug transactions
  • Violent crimes: domestic abuse, battery, robbery and murder
  • DWIs and other alcohol related charges
  • Sex related offenses
  • Theft and Fraud
  • Expungements

About

Education

Suzanne is a graduate of Louisiana State University, Loyola University College of Law and the National Criminal Defense College.

 

Commitment to Justice

While living in New Orleans pre- and post-Katrina, Suzanne saw firsthand the need for strength within a community and how community involvement plays an essential part in the reinvestment of the justice system. This experience led her to focus on criminal defense services. When she returned to New Iberia, she immediately went to work with the Public Defender’s office while simultaneously establishing her new practice.

Community Involvement

Through her energetic determination and with support of her husband Korey Kimball of New Iberia, Suzanne has been able continually provide the community with effective legal services while also serving her community through active memberships in The Inn on the Teche, Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce, St. Mary Chamber of Commerce, Breaux Bridge Chamber of Commerce, Iberia On Tap, Iberia Industrial Development Foundation, Iberia Cultural Resources Association, Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival Association and the Teche Project. In March 2017, Suzanne was recently honored as one of the community-minded young professionals in The Daily Iberian’s 20 Under 40 inaugural edition.

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Contact

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Office Location


de Mahy Legal Services, LLC
124 West Washington Street, Suite B
New Iberia, Louisiana 70560

Telephone: 337-296-1006
Facsimile: 337-352-2340

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