Youth Division Associate Coordinating Judge
Claude P. Laporte
Associate Coordinating Judge
The judicial districts of Beauharnois, Iberville, Longueuil, Richelieu and St-Hyacinthe come within the coordination region of Montérégie.
Mr. Marc Bisson is the coordinating judge, and responsible for the Criminal and Penal Division. The Youth Division associate coordinating judge is Madam Mélanie Roy and the Civil Division associate coordinating judge is Mr. Claude P. Laporte. Their offices are located in the Longueuil courthouse.
There are 40 Court of Québec judges in the region who are called upon to sit in each of the courthouses and points of service. All the judges have jurisdiction in civil, criminal and penal matters as well as in youth matters.
In addition, there are six presiding justices of the peace in the Court of Québec.
The judges preside at the following courthouses:
AT THE LONGUEUIL COURTHOUSE:
Ann Mary Beauchemin;
Marc Bisson, Coordinating Judge;
Claude P. Laporte, Civil Division Associate Coordinating Judge;
Robert Proulx (Associate Chief Judge for Youth Division);
Mélanie Roy, Youth Division Associate Coordinating Judge;
Josée Fontaine, Presiding Justice of the Peace
Marie-Josée Hénault, Presiding Justice of the Peace
Jacques Rouillier, Presiding Justice of the Peace.
AT THE SAINT-HYACINTHE COURTHOUSE:
Robert Lanctôt, Presiding Justice of the Peace.
AT THE SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU COURTHOUSE:
AT THE SALABERRY-DE-VALLEYFIELD COURTHOUSE:
Natalie Boisvert, Presiding Justice of the Peace;
Nancy Lecompte, Presiding Justice of the Peace.
AT THE SOREL COURTHOUSE:
Two locations are also served by the circuit court, i.e. judges of the Court of Québec travel to them to hear small claims cases, according to a pre-established judicial schedule. The purpose of that practice is to make justice as accessible as possible.
To find out the services offered and the judicial schedules of the circuit court service sites, ask at the Salaberry-de-Valleyfield court office.
The two service sites are located at: