Traffic Ticket Lawyers
Kevin Kleinpeter, Partner
Kevin P. Kleinpeter joined Babcock Partners after three years as Vice President of Governmental Affairs for the Baton Rouge Area Chamber of Commerce, where he worked closely with the local business and political communities. He is a native of Baton Rouge and a member of the Kleinpeter Dairy family that has lived and farmed in south Louisiana since the late 1700s.
Mr. Kleinpeter graduated from Catholic High School and earned his B.A. in Political Science from Louisiana State University. Mr. Kleinpeter received his J.D. from South Texas College of Law in May of 2000.
Mr. Kleinpeter’s practice is made up exclusively of litigation including personal injury, construction litigation, appeals of commercial insurance and criminal matters. He maintains a full trial docket in courts from Shreveport to Slidell and Lake Providence to Lake Charles—and nearly everywhere in between. A graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA), Mr. Kleinpeter thrives in the courtroom and is comfortable trying cases of all sizes and complexity.
Mr. Kleinpeter has worked in the community for many years and recently participated in several local, non-profits organizations to raise money to provide services to kids and adults unable to provide for themselves.
During his three years with the Chamber, Mr. Kleinpeter also regularly attended various City Hall meetings throughout the state, where he often testified on business issues. He has extensive experience collaborating with mayors, parish presidents, city councils, police juries, public works departments, trade associations, planning commissions, as well as various other task forces and commissions.
Chase Tettleton joined Babcock Partners as an associate after graduating cum laude from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he also earned a Diploma of Civil Law. While in law school, he was named to the Chancellor’s List.
A Texas native with family roots in North Louisiana, Chase received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Trinity University in San Antonio. At Trinity, he was an active member of numerous student organizations, and an All-Region performer on the baseball team.
Before attending law school, Chase spent nearly two years serving the small business community as a researcher for the SBA’s Small Business Development Center. There, he was part of a team of advisers who counseled entrepreneurs interested in starting or expanding their businesses. Always dedicated to improving the community, Chase is a proud member of Forum 35 and the Young Lawyers Section of the Baton Rouge Bar Association. Chase is also the current chairman of the Young Lawyers Section of the Baton Rouge Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Chase is admitted to practice in all Louisiana courts and the United States Middle District, and is available to handle matters in all jurisdictions statewide. His expertise consists of commercial insurance defense and personal injury litigation, as well as select criminal matters.
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