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|Burget appoints Ann Siddall first assistant District Attorney|
District Attorney Brad Burget today (Wednesday) announced the appointment of Ann Siddall to serve as his first assistant.
"It's a privilege and a pleasure to have someone with Ann's knowledge and experience in this position," Burget said of Siddall's appointment.
"She has worked extremely hard and dedicated herself to this office and before long she will be solely dedicated to this office," Burget said, noting that Siddall is closing her private law practice to work full-time for the DA's office.
Burget said Siddall's duties will consist of prosecuting jury trials and presenting cases to the Grand Jury in Concordia Parish and he said she will continue to serve as Vidalia City Court prosecutor.
"I'm very honored by the confidence Brad has shown in me," Siddall said Wednesday following a brief swearing-in ceremony, in which she was given the oath-of-office by District Judge Kathy Johnson. "I'm excited about the plans for the office under Brad's leadership and I'm looking forward to a long association."
Siddall, who resides in Vidalia, is a graduate of LSU Law Center and was in practice with the late Lloyd Love for seven years in Ferriday before opening her own practice in Vidalia in 1990. She has served as Vidalia City Prosecutor since 1994.
Burget said that as first assistant, Siddall must meet the same professional and residential requirements as the District Attorney. He said those requirements include having practiced law in the state for at least five years and having been a resident of 7th Judicial District, which includes Catahoula and Concordia parishes, for no less than two years.
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