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Elect Jacqueline F. Maloney Judge
24th Judicial District Court, Division D


Elected to Office - April 27, 2024




Experience matters.

Jackie Maloney has extensive and complex experience in every area of law that will come before the District Court bench: criminal, civil, and domestic. 

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Putting Her Experience to Work

Jackie graduated from Tulane Law School in May, 1998 and has been practicing law since the age of 24. Her career began at the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office and by the age of 26, she was the senior homicide screener for the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office, responsible to supervise all presentations to the Orleans Parish Grand Jury. Jackie later moved to the Jefferson Parish District Attorney's Office as a felony prosecutor. In total, she was a felony trial attorney for 14 years, prosecuting murders, sex offenses, armed robberies, drug offenses and a litany of other offenses. She has nearly 140 felony jury trials as a prosecutor, and she personally tried the last death penalty case that went to trial in Jefferson Parish.


In March, 2012, Jackie opened her own law firm and went into private practice, handling general civil litigation. To date, she has tried hundreds of civil matters throughout Southeast Louisiana, including family law matters, contested successions, disputes over real estate, interdictions and protective orders, among other matters. She has successfully argued before the Louisiana State Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Louisiana State Supreme Court.


Jackie, who is a widow, has two children, Emily (25) and Colton (14). She is also the mother of one very spoiled rescue dog, Lizzie. She is a Republican.


Jackie has tried cases in every area that will come before the Court - Criminal, Civil and Domestic and has tried jury trials in both criminal and civil law.

Experience matters.

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