Applewood District Attorney Records Search

See Applewood CO 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.

Jefferson County District Attorney 500 Jefferson County Parkway Golden CO 80401 2.0 miles from Applewood 303-271-6800

Denver County District Attorney 201 West Colfax Avenue Denver CO 80202 9.7 miles from Applewood 720-913-9000

Broomfield County District Attorney 1 Descombes Drive Broomfield CO 80020 13.1 miles from Applewood 720-887-2199

Gilpin County District Attorney 2960 Dory Hill Road Black Hawk CO 80422 17.6 miles from Applewood

Boulder County District Attorney Office 1777 6th Street Boulder CO 80302 19.4 miles from Applewood 303-441-3700

Arapahoe County District Atty 6450 South Revere Parkway Centennial CO 80111 20.4 miles from Applewood 720-874-8500

Adams County District Attorney 1000 Judicial Center Drive Brighton CO 80601 26.8 miles from Applewood 303-659-7720

Clear Creek County District Attorney PO Box 2000 Georgetown CO 80444 27.7 miles from Applewood 303-679-2316

Douglas County District Attorney 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock CO 80109 28.9 miles from Applewood 720-733-4500

Elbert County District Attorney PO Box 232 Kiowa CO 80117 47.3 miles from Applewood 303-621-2875

Summit County District Attorney 1760 Airport Road Breckenridge CO 80424 49.6 miles from Applewood 970-453-2327

Weld County District Attorney 915 10th Street Greeley CO 80631 53.1 miles from Applewood 970-356-4010

Grand County District Attorney PO Box 192 Hot Sulphur Springs CO 80451 54.2 miles from Applewood 970-725-3357

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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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