Mr. Blackwell is the president of the recently established Westminster/Pine Park Crime Prevention District located in Baton Rouge. Mr. Blackwell is an attorney with Hymel, Davis, and Petersen. Mr. Blackwell is a former federal prosecutor who is experienced in all facets of criminal and civil litigation. Mr. Blackwell served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana. As a federal prosecutor, Mr. Blackwell prosecuted a variety of crimes to include high level narcotics offenses, mail and wire fraud, arson, firearms offenses, public corruption, social security fraud, bankruptcy fraud, and other violent and white collar crimes. Despite carrying one of the highest case loads within the U.S. Attorney's Office, Mr. Blackwell never lost a jury trial as a federal prosecutor. In August of 2010 Mr. Blackwell joined the law firm of Hymel, Davis, and Petersen. Mr. Blackwell is licensed in both Louisiana and Texas.
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