Blackshear District Attorney Records Search

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Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney 3550 U.s. 84 Blackshear GA 31516 912-449-2020


Ware County Prosecuting Attorney 306 Albany Avenue Waycross GA 31501 8.9 miles from Blackshear 912-287-4395

Brantley County Prosecuting Attorney 117 Brantley Street Nahunta GA 31553 16.9 miles from Blackshear 912-462-5635

Jeff Davis County Prosecuting Attorney 37 Tippins Street Baxley GA 31513 33.6 miles from Blackshear 912-367-8164

Appling County Prosecuting Attorney 69 Tippins Street Baxley GA 31513 33.7 miles from Blackshear 912-367-8100

Atkinson County Prosecuting Attorney 86 South Main Street Pearson GA 31642 36.0 miles from Blackshear 912-422-7111

Camden County Prosecuting Attorney 701 H Street Brunswick GA 31520 45.3 miles from Blackshear 912-554-7200

Glynn County Prosecuting Attorney 701 H Street Brunswick GA 31520 45.3 miles from Blackshear 912-554-7200

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney 701 H Street Brunswick GA 31520 45.3 miles from Blackshear 912-554-7200

Liberty County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 51.7 miles from Blackshear 912-876-4151

Long County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 51.7 miles from Blackshear 912-876-4151

Mcintosh County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 51.7 miles from Blackshear 912-876-4151

Tattnall County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 51.7 miles from Blackshear 912-876-4151

Lanier County Prosecuting Attorney 100 West Main Street Lakeland GA 31635 52.3 miles from Blackshear 229-482-2207

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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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