Privat announces for district judge in 15th District
Acadia Parish attorney Scott Privat announced his candidacy for the soon-to-be-vacated 15th Judicial District C District Judge Division “A” seat at the Grand Opera House Thursday night.
The primary election will be held on Nov. 3, with early voting from Oct. 20 to 27.
Division “A” is elected by voters in Acadia Parish and is under the 15th JDC jurisdiction, which serves all state district courts in Acadia, Vermilion, and Lafayette Parishes. The seat will be vacated by the Judge John Trahan upon conclusion of his final term at the end of 2020.
Privat has served as public defender and assistant district attorney.
He also has been a civil atorney handling family law cases, injury cases, property disputes, contract disputes, adoptions, and businesses.
Privat is a graduate of Notre Dame High School and received his bachelor of arts in political science at The Catholic University of America. After graduating from Loyola College of Law in 2008, he returned home to Crowley where he served as partner at Privat and Privat since 2009.
He has been married to Alison Clary Privat since 2008 and they have three children together.