Oestreicher garners commendations & service awards from NOPD

During his years of service as a reserve officer in the New Orleans Police Department, attorney David Oestreicher encountered many scenarios. He says his service in the NOPD actually helped him to become a better lawyer — one more attuned to myriad perspectives presented in any given case, rather than as someone who might view things simply in black and white.

During his time on the force, he earned many commendations for his service. He was involved in numerous arrests, felony arrests, and apprehension of criminal suspects. He also provided prompt medical assistance to those injured by crimes, while serving in several divisions of NOPD stationed and working throughout New Orleans.

From Mardi Gras foot patrols to presidential visits, Oestreicher served NOPD with the same level of attention to detail, and forthright attitude that he brings to each case he takes on in the legal system.

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