Attorneys

G. MENNON CAMPBELL, JR.

ATTORNEY

Attorney G. Mennon Campbell, Jr. is a former Assistant District Attorney in the Fourth Judicial District of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. Born and raised in Monroe, Louisiana, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation from the University of Louisiana
at Monroe. He obtained his Juris Doctorate and diploma from the Mississippi College School of Law in 2008.

Mr. Campbell is a skilled trial attorney whose primary focus is in criminal defense. He currently resides in Monroe, Louisiana with his wife and daughter.

LICENSED TO PRACTICE

  • State of Louisiana
  • U.S. Federal Court (Western District of Louisiana)

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Criminal Defense

WADE L. HOUSE

DANIEL CUMMINS

After law school, Daniel served in the U.S. Army JAG Corps for eight years. He was initially assigned to the First Cavalry Division at Fort Hood, Texas were he was deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. Daniel was subsequently stationed in Hawaii as a trial advocate, gaining valuable courtroom experience through the prosecution of federal crimes. Daniel’s last assignment was as a Battalion Judge Advocate for a forward deployed Special Forces Battalion in Okinawa, Japan.

Daniel is continuing his service, focusing his efforts primarily in family law. He has both the education and experience that you need when faced with these difficult issues.

Daniel resides in Monroe, Louisiana with his wife and two daughters.