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July 17, 2023

Frieman to Seek Judgeship in St. Tammany, Washington Parishes

State Rep. Larry Frieman of Abita Springs has announced his candidacy for judge in the race to succeed retiring Judge Ray Childress. The election will be on October 14, 2023.

Frieman has represented House District 74 since 2020, serving the people of a diverse district that includes parts of St. Tammany, Washington, and Tangipahoa Parishes. The judicial seat will serve the entire 22nd Judicial District, which is all of Washington and St. Tammany Parishes.

“While the 22nd District Bench is losing a valuable leader with Judge Childress’ retirement, I’m excited by the opportunity to succeed him,” Frieman said. “I’m proud of my record in the Louisiana House of Representatives and of my career as an attorney, and am hopeful the people of our parishes will choose me to serve in this capacity.”

Frieman has been married for 24 years to Denise Hearn Frieman, and is the father of two grown children, daughter Savannah and son Lorenzo. 

A graduate of Loyola University Law School, he is a partner at the firm of Juge Napolitano Guilbeau Ruli and Frieman. For the past 30 years, he has practiced in the area of auto liability, premises liability, nursing malpractice, construction law, workers’ compensation, and business litigation.

In the House, he served on the Insurance, Civil Law and Procedure, and Labor and Industrial Relations Committees. He is vice chair of the Louisiana Conservative Caucus, and previously held a seat on the St. Tammany Republican Parish Executive Committee for eight years, serving as its chairman for two years.

He begins the race with more than $200,000 in his campaign treasury.

Additional information can be found at www.LarryFrieman.com.

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