Batesburg-Leesville District Attorney Records Search

See Batesburg-Leesville SC 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.

Newberry County Solicitor PO Box 156 Newberry SC 29108 26.0 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-321-1415

Aiken County Solicitor 109 Park Avenue Southeast Aiken SC 29801 26.5 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-642-1557

Richland County Solicitor 1701 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 29.4 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-576-1800

Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney 735 James Brown Boulevard Augusta GA 30901 39.4 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 706-821-1135

Richmond County District Atty 735 James Brown Boulevard Augusta GA 30901 39.4 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 706-821-1135

Greenwood County Solicitor PO Box 516 Greenwood SC 29648 40.4 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 864-942-8800

Laurens County Solicitor PO Box 786 Clinton SC 29325 43.1 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 864-833-1221

Mccormick County Solicitor 133 South Main Street McCormick SC 29835 43.4 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 864-852-2195

Calhoun County Solicitor 120 Mill Street St. Matthews SC 29135 46.7 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-874-1978

Barnwell County Solicitor 141 Main Street Barnwell SC 29812 47.1 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-642-1557

Orangeburg County Solicitor PO Box 1525 Orangeburg SC 29116 48.1 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 803-533-6252

Abbeville County Solicitor PO Box 99 Abbeville SC 29620 51.6 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 864-366-5312

Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 340 Lincolnton GA 30817 54.6 miles from Batesburg-Leesville 706-359-4444

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