Jeff Davis Assistant DA's
Stacey C. Naquin has been an Assistant District Attorney in Jefferson Davis Parish since January 2005. She handles child support enforcement, juvenile delinquency, truancy court, prosecution of sex crimes, domestic abuse, and elder abuse, as well as a share of the misdemeanor and felony dockets. She is a graduate of Jennings High School, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University, with a major in English Literature and a minor in History. She received her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law Studies degrees from Paul M. Hebert LSU Law Center and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 2002. She has served on the Children and Youth Planning Board, the Communities Against Domestic Abuse Advisory Board, the 4-H Advisory Board, the Jeff Davis Addictive Disorders Clinic Advisory Board, and the Strategic Prevention Framework-State Initiative Grant Coalition. She is also an Assistant City Prosecutor for the City of Jennings. She is an active member of Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church, where she enjoys serving on the Social Media Committee. She serves on Our Lady Immaculate Catholic School’s school board and their Religion Committee. She is married to Andy Naquin, and they have two children.
David Bruchhaus is a resident of Lake Charles. He was reared in Elton, Louisiana. He graduated in 1989 from Elton High where he was Valedictorian. He attended McNeese State University on academic scholarships. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Government in 1993. During college, David worked in the Louisiana Senate and the United States House of Representatives. After college, he attended Tulane Law School in New Orleans. David was the recipient of the Robert Rees Memorial Tuition Scholarship at Tulane. He was a member of the Civil Law Clinic and graduated Cum Laude.
David has been a Member of Mudd & Bruchhaus, L.L.C. since June of 1998. David's practice is mostly trial work. He handles personal injury litigation, business litigation, oil and gas litigation, and real estate litigation. He has a large personal injury practice that includes admiralty injuries, offshore claims, general liability claims, and car accident claims. He has successfully achieved favorable jury verdicts for injuries involving neck surgeries, back surgeries, amputations, spinal injuries, survival claims and wrongful death claims. He has tried cases in Calcasieu, Cameron, Allen, Acadia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, and Iberia Parishes. David has developed an extensive workers' compensation practice handling claims throughout Southwest Louisiana and Acadiana. Additionally, David has handled a large number of Hurricane claims following Hurricanes Rita and Ike for both homeowners and businesses. He acts as counsel for numerous construction companies in Allen, Calcasieu, Cameron, and Jeff Davis Parish. He has successfully litigated large collection and lien cases on behalf of these clients. He is an approved real estate attorney for financial institutions and banks in Southwest Louisiana. Finally, he is an Assistant District Attorney for Jefferson Davis Parish where he serves as counsel to the the Jefferson Davis Police Jury.
David is married to Staci Bruchhaus. Staci is also a graduate of McNeese State. They have been married since 1994. They have two children, Samuel and Maggie.
First Assistant Elliott Cassidy is a graduate of Jennings High School. He graduated college from LSU where he obtained a Bachelor's Degree in History and Secondary Education. He received his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law. After graduating from law school, he practiced for two years in Baton Rouge before moving back to his hometown of Jennings in 2015 where he opened his own practice. In 2016 he was named the Domestic Violence Prosecutor for Calcasieu Parish before eventually being promoted to a felony section chief. In addition to prosecuting both misdemeanors and felonies at the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney's Office, he was a prosecutor for the Calcasieu Drug Court and DWI Court Program. Before attending law school, Cassidy was a teacher and coach at Rayne High School. He and his wife, Kelli, have one child.
Robert L. (Bobby) Odinet has served as an Assistant District Attorney in the 31st Judicial District, Jefferson Davis Parish since January 2020. He prosecutes felony and misdemeanor cases. Mr. Odinet graduated from Louisiana State University in 1990 with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a minor in History. He received his Juris Doctorate from Paul M. Hebert LSU Law Center and was admitted to practice law in 1994. He has worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the Louisiana Department of Justice and as an Assistant District Attorney for 21 years. He has served 2 terms as President of the ADA Board of the Louisiana District Attorney's Association and 3 terms on the Executive Committee of the LDAA.
Mr. Odinet has taught classes for prosecutors and law enforcement on various subjects including Trial Presentation, Jury Selection, DNA Evidence, Child Death Investigation and Prosecution, and Immunity Agreements. Mr. Odinet serves as a volunteer middle school football and basketball coach at John Paul the Great Academy. He is married to Angela Barbera Odinet and they have six children.