Bossier City Court swears in Santi Parks as new judge

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BOSSIER CITY, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Bossier Parish officials say a group of family, supporters, and elected officials gathered on Friday for the swearing-in of Bossier City Judge Santi Parks.

Parks was elected on November 3, 2020, and will be the sixth person to serve as Bossier City Court Judge. 

According to city officials. the oath of office was administered by Judge Thomas Wilson who has served for the last 18 years on the bench. Special guest at the ceremony was retired Judge Billy Ross Robinson who served for many years in Bossier City Court.

“It was an honor to be sworn into office today in the presence of so many of my family, friends, and distinguished elected officials,” commented Judge Parks.

“It truly was very special to have Judges Tommy Wilson and Billy Ross Robinson in attendance. I intend to build on this excitement and get to work for the Citizens of Bossier City. I will make them proud!”

Bossier City Court is located in the Bossier City Hall Complex and has jurisdiction over certain civil, criminal, traffic, and juvenile matters that occur within the city limits.

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