Carencro District Attorney Records Search

See Carencro LA 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.


Lafayette Parish District Attorney PO Box 3368 Lafayette LA 70502 7.2 miles from Carencro 337-269-5756


St. Landry Parish District Attorney 231 South Union Street Opelousas LA 70570 15.4 miles from Carencro 337-948-3041

St. Martin Parish District Attorney 415 South Main Street St. Martinville LA 70582 18.2 miles from Carencro 337-394-2220

Acadia Parish District Attorney 500 Northeast Court Circle Crowley LA 70526 21.1 miles from Carencro 337-788-8831

Iberia Parish District Attorney 300 South Iberia Street New Iberia LA 70560 24.9 miles from Carencro 337-369-4420

Jefferson Davis Parish Atty 300 State Street Jennings LA 70546 26.9 miles from Carencro 337-824-1893

Evangeline Parish District Attorney PO Box 780 Ville Platte LA 70586 29.7 miles from Carencro 337-363-3438

Iberville District Attorney 58050 Meriam Street Plaquemine LA 70764 47.9 miles from Carencro 225-687-5210

Iberville District Attorney 58050 Meriam Street Plaquemine LA 70764 47.9 miles from Carencro 225-687-5210

St. Mary Parish District Attorney 500 Main Street Franklin LA 70538 48.2 miles from Carencro 337-828-4100

Allen Parish District Attorney 317 West 6th Avenue Oakdale LA 71463 48.4 miles from Carencro 337-639-2641

East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney 222 Saint Louis Street Baton Rouge LA 70802 51.5 miles from Carencro 225-389-3400

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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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