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Hon. Allison Hopkins Penzato

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Executive Committee Member

Phone: (337) ***-****x***  HQ Phone
Louisiana District Judges Association
16Th Judicial District Court P.O. Box 596
Franklin, Louisiana 70538
United States

Company Description: The Louisiana District Judges Association (LDJA) is a professional nonprofit corporation established in 1981. All Louisiana District Judges with general...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Judge
    22nd Judicial District Court
  • Partner
    TALLEY, ANTHONY, HUGHES AND KNIGHT, LLC
  • Attorney
    TALLEY, ANTHONY, HUGHES AND KNIGHT, LLC
  • District Judge
  • President
    Junior League of Greater Covington

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Bogalusa High School
  • Southeastern Louisiana University
  • law degree
    Loyola Law School
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Web References
Louisiana District Judges Association
www.ldja.org, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
Hon Allison Penzato 22nd Judicial District Court
District Attorney - News Releases, 22nd Judicial District, Louisiana
www.22ndjd.org, 15 Nov 2012 [cached]
22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the trial with Assistant District Attorney Jack Hoffstadt in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's case.
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Judge Penzato sentenced Gould to 25 years in prison as a career criminal and 10 years in prison for aggravated battery with the sentences to run concurrently.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato accepted the guilty plea and sentenced Pierce to 20 years in prison.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the trial and Assistant District Attorneys Jack Hoffstadt and Julie Knight were in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's case.
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Judge Penzato sentenced Lomax to 60 years in prison on Monday, May 14th, 2012.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the trial and Assistant District Attorneys Jack Hoffstadt and Julie Knight were in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's case.
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Judge Penzato will sentence Lomax on March 16, 2012.
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The twelve person St. Tammany Parish Jury deliberated an hour before returning the guilty verdict to 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato.
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Judge Penzato will sentence Lilly on October 12, 2011.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the two trials and Assistant District Attorney Jack Hoffstadt was in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's cases.
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The St. Tammany Parish Jury returned the guilty verdict to 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato that evening.
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The twelve person jury deliberated 2 and 1/2 hours before returning the guilty verdict to 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato.
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Judge Penzato will sentence Sims on July 5, 2011.
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COVINGTON-District Attorney Walter Reed reports that ten defendants have entered pleas or had been found guilty by a jury and were sentenced during an active week in 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato's Courtroom.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato sentenced Murray to 35 years in prison and Rome, Miller, Alexander and Tingle to 30 years in prison.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato sentenced Murray to 35 years in prison and Rome, Miller, Alexander and Tingle to 30 years in prison.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato, Division H, presided over the trials and will sentence each defendant on May 24, 2011.
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A six member St. Tammany Parish Jury deliberated 30 minutes before returning the guilty verdict to 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato.
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Judge Penzato will sentence Kornahrens Tuesday, April 5, 2011.
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COVINGTON-District Attorney Walter Reed reports that Quenton James, 27 of Folsom, was sentenced to 65 years in prison on Monday, January 24, 2011, by 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato.
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Judge Penzato presided over the 2 day trial with Assistant District Attorney Leigh Anne Wall in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's case.
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A six member St. Tammany Parish Jury deliberated 3 ½ hours before returning the guilty verdict to 22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato.
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Judge Penzato will sentence Davis on February 14, 2010.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the 2 day trial with Assistant District Attorney Leigh Anne Wall in charge of preparation and presentation of the State's case.
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Judge Penzato will sentence James on December 17, 2010.
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Scott pled guilty on Monday, October 18th, 2010, and 22ND Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato sentenced him to 35 years in prison as a career criminal.
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22nd Judicial District Judge Allison Penzato presided over the trial with the states case being presented by Assistant District Attorney Leigh Anne Wall.
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www.sophisticatedwomanmagazine.com, 1 Sept 2008 [cached]
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Allison Penzato lives her life with purpose. She is devoted to family, refreshingly honest, passionate about the law, determined to succeed, adores this community and is extremely happy with her life.
In life, one is either a leader or a follower. Allison Penzato is a doer. Once she sets a goal, she develops a plan to implement its success. Even before high school, Allison knew she wanted to be a lawyer. Determined to achieve her dream, she consulted a respected local attorney about the steps needed to make her goal a reality. With her roadmap in place, Allison graduated from high school mid-year with honors. She moved into the dorm at Southeastern Louisiana University the same weekend and began college classes the next Monday. Working her way through undergraduate studies in two and a half years, she began law school just after her twentieth birthday. She attended Loyola Law School at night while working during the day-first as a court runner for the Jones Walker law firm in New Orleans and then as a law clerk for United States Magistrate Ingard O. Johannesen. Magistrate Johannesen's courtroom was where Allison gained respect for the bench. "I respected how Magistrate Johannesen conducted his courtroom," Allison recalled. "Being on time and being prepared were the hallmarks of his court. Those traits soon became standards for her own law practice.
Allison credits her parents, Lee and Dorothy Hopkins, and her Bogalusa upbringing with teaching her the intrinsic values of education and a good work ethic.
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Allison took this advice to heart. In her 27 years of practice, she has gained a reputation for hard work, attention to detail, and unparalleled service to her clients. These traits have resulted in the success of her practice and in the courtroom. Her professional and civic accomplishments were recognized in 2007 when she received the CityBusiness Leadership in Law award.
Not one to wait for life to happen, Allison embraces life and all it offers. When she met Russell Penzato in college, her career path remained the same, but her personal life became much more interesting. That meeting blossomed into a 30-year marriage full of love and support. "Russell is still my college sweetheart and my best friend," Allison beamed.
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"We were like ships passing in the night," Allison recalled.
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Described by her friend of 18 years, Marsha Brown, as "a true steel magnolia," Allison has the innate ability to be both assertive and gracious at the same time.
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It is a very befitting description of Allison Penzato.
"Allison is a real friend," Marsha said.
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Allison Penzato Robin appreciates her mother as a friend and confidante. "Though it was not always what I wanted to hear, I have always admired my Mom's willingness to be completely honest," Robin said. "She always gives a truthful opinion, good or bad. It is sometimes frustrating, yet very important because on many occasions I needed that honesty."
Because of her love for this community, Allison has always found time to take an active part in community affairs. She has spent countless hours volunteering at her church, school fairs and non-profit fundraising events. She served as President of the Junior League of Greater Covington from 1997-1998, maintaining her full-time law practice and guiding the league to its affiliation with the Association of Junior Leagues International.
Many would say that her volunteer work is her hobby. "My volunteer work throughout the years has always given me so much pleasure," Allison recalled. "It is great to see good things come from what you do and even more satisfying to see how the work you do helps others. Allison has the graceful ease about her that exudes serenity. "I am very content in my life," Allison said. "I have an exciting and fulfilling career, extraordinary children and a loving and supportive husband. I have been blessed."
Allison Hopkins Penzato is a partner in the law firm of Talley, Anthony, Hughes & Knight, L.L.C. Her office is located at 2250 7th Street in Mandeville, Louisiana, 985-624-5010. Penzato is a candidate for District Judge, 22nd Judicial District Court, Division H, www.penzatoforjudge.com.
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Gaston and Gaston
www.gastonandgaston.com, 12 Nov 2012 [cached]
State Judge Allison H. Penzato sentenced Urrea, 55, of Mandeville, to the following concurrent punishments: 20 years for money laundering, with 15 of those years suspended; five years for securities fraud; and 10 years for theft, half of which was suspended.
Penzato added five years of active supervised probation for Urrea upon his release; ordered him to pay $247,000 in restitution; and prohibited him from engaging in any form of the securities business, said David Caldwell, a prosecutor in the Louisiana Attorney General's Office, whichannounced the resolution of the case on Tuesday.
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The state did not pursue the peeping Tom charge, but Penzato increased the bond in Urrea's securities and theft case to $200,000.
The case has been assigned to ...
www.newsbanner.com, 9 Nov 2011 [cached]
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