Attorney David Green – Serving Louisiana
David Green is a graduate of McNeese State University and has a strong background in law enforcement and criminal law.
While earning his undergraduate degree, he served as a deputy sheriff with the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office working in the and Corrections and Patrol. He also worked as a detective handling narcotics, vice and asset forfeiture cases seven years. Green then earned his law degree and worked as an attorney for twenty-two years, gaining both criminal defense and prosecutorial experience. He served as an Assistant District Attorney in Harris County (Houston), Texas, and then in Calcasieu Parish, where he worked as a prosecutor. While there, Green was appointed as the prosecuting attorney for the Combined Anti-Drug Task Force (CAT) in Calcasieu Parish.
He also taught criminal law as an adjunct professor at McNeese for 19 years. Furthur,, he was an instructor providing training for the Forensic Chemisty Department. He also serves as the legal instructor for the CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) program, which is a collaborative educational effort between area law enforcement, healthcare providers and mental health organizations. Green has also been an instructor at the Calcasieu Parish Regional Training Academy where he taught newly recruited police officers and sheriff’s deputies various legal aspects including Louisiana criminal law and procedure, police report writing and search and seizure law.
Green is one of only a few attorneys in the region with a law enforcement background.
He is licensed to practice in Louisiana and has practiced extensively in both state and federal courts. Green is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Louisiana Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.