Alfordsville District Attorneys

See Alfordsville IN district attorneys and search free public district attorney records District attorneys, prosecuting attorneys and commonwealth attorneys are public officials who represent the state or federal government in legal matters.


Martin County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 119 Shoals IN 47581 11.2 miles from Alfordsville 812-247-3500


Dubois County Prosecuting Attorney 602 Main Street Jasper IN 47546 11.7 miles from Alfordsville 812-482-5725

Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney 200 East Walnut Street Washington IN 47501 13.9 miles from Alfordsville 812-254-8673

Pike County Prosecuting Attorney 801 Main Street Petersburg IN 47567 18.5 miles from Alfordsville 812-354-8761

Orange County Prosecuting Attorney 205 East Main Street Paoli IN 47454 26.1 miles from Alfordsville 812-723-7103

Greene County Prosecuting Attorney 1 West Main Street Bloomfield IN 47424 32.2 miles from Alfordsville 812-384-4998

Knox County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North 7th Street Vincennes IN 47591 32.3 miles from Alfordsville 812-885-2531

Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney 918 16th Street Bedford IN 47421 32.6 miles from Alfordsville 812-275-4439

Gibson County Prosecuting Attorney 225 North Hart Street Princeton IN 47670 36.4 miles from Alfordsville 812-385-5497

Warrick County Prosecuting Attorney 1 County Square Boonville IN 47601 39.5 miles from Alfordsville 812-897-6199

Lawrence County State Attorney 1100 State Street Lawrenceville IL 62439 41.3 miles from Alfordsville 618-943-3117

Perry County Prosecuting Attorney 601 Main Street Tell IN 47586 43.3 miles from Alfordsville 812-547-2750

Sullivan County Prosecutor 100 Court House Square Sullivan IN 47882 44.5 miles from Alfordsville 812-268-6008

State Attorney 401 North Market Street Mount Carmel IL 62863 45.2 miles from Alfordsville 618-263-3753

Washington Prosecuting Atty 806 Martinsburg Road Salem IN 47167 46.3 miles from Alfordsville 812-883-6560

About District Attorneys

A district attorney prosecutes cases on behalf of the public. District attorneys manage the prosecutor's office and play a central role in investigating charges, deciding whether to charge someone with a crime, offering plea bargains, and litigating appeals. They also advise parole boards on inmate requests for early release.

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