(New Orleans, LA) – New Orleans Attorney Dennis W. Moore is advancing in the race for Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Judge, Section D, with declared endorsements and the strong backing of New Orleans leadership at the congressional, state and local levels.
The Committee to Elect Dennis W. Moore for Judge is pleased to announce the endorsements of both U.S. Congressman Cedric Richmond and Louisiana Senator Karen Carter Peterson, as well as New Orleans Attorney Marie Williams (former candidate for Judge, Criminal District Court).
Congressman Richmond said: “I support Dennis Moore for judge for his honest and fair approach to the administration of justice. Most importantly, he has a vision to modernize the court system with new technology for greater efficiency. His experience and education in law and computer science, make him uniquely qualified to contribute to the court’s transformation in this regard. Dennis Moore has a strong grasp of what’s needed to improve our community through criminal justice, and is a judge we all can be proud of.”
Senator Carter Peterson said: “Dennis Moore is an accomplished attorney with vast criminal and civil law experience. He is well-prepared to serve as judge, and will bring timely and prudent judicial leadership to Criminal District Court.”
Both Congressman Richmond and Senator Carter Peterson are among a growing group of leaders, attorneys, civic and political organizations who have endorsed Dennis W. Moore for Judge, Orleans Parish Criminal District Court, including:
- Louisiana Representative Gary Carter, Jr., House of Representatives, District 102
- Councilman James Gray, II, New Orleans City Council, District E
- Clerk of Court Darren Lombard, Second City Court, City of New Orleans
- Constable Edwin Shorty, Jr., Second City Court, City of New Orleans
- Councilman Mark Spears, Jr., Jefferson Parish Council, District 2
- BOLD – Black Organization for Leadership Development
- TIPS – Treme Improvement Political Society
- Friends of L. B. Landry
- The Committee to Elect Dennis W. Moore, comprised of numerous New Orleans attorneys, civic and business leaders