Fred brings more than 20 years of experience to the firm. A native and current resident of Moss Bluff, he received his undergraduate degree in political science from LSU in 1999. Following this, he earned a J.D. and Bachelor of Civil Law (with honors) from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

Fred then returned to Southwest Louisiana and began his career at the public defender’s office where he represented indigent clients facing various criminal charges. After his work there, he served as an Assistant District Attorney at the Calcasieu Parish District Attorney’s Office. And in 2007, he joined The Roach Law Firm, applying his extensive knowledge and experience in criminal law to represent defendants accused of DWI/DUIs, drug and white-collar crimes, felonies, and misdemeanors, as well those seeking restitution due to personal injury.

In 2014, Fred began his own practice, LeBleu Law Firm, specializing in criminal defense and personal injury. When asked what fuels his drive and passion for his work, he replied, “The satisfaction I feel when my clients express thanks for my work – for believing in and fighting for them – so they ultimately received the justice they deserved. Along with my family, that’s what gets me up every morning.”

Fred and his wife, Lindsay, have two daughters, Kirin and Shane, and a son, Ford. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and attempting various dishes in the kitchen to share with family and friends. And ultimately, his greatest joy comes from watching his children excel in both their academic and athletic endeavors.