Cedar Bluffs District Attorney

See Cedar Bluffs NE 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.


Dodge County Attorney 435 North Park Avenue Fremont NE 68025 6.3 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-727-2725


Saunders County District Attorney 387 North Chestnut Street Wahoo NE 68066 13.0 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-443-8151

Colfax County District Attorney 412 East 11th Street Schuyler NE 68661 23.4 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-352-8502

Washington County District Attorney 1555 Colfax Street Blair NE 68008 26.5 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-426-6811

Butler County Attorney 451 North 5th Street David NE 68632 28.7 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-367-7470

Cuming County District Attorney 127 East Walnut Street West Point NE 68788 31.2 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-372-5500

Burt County District Attorney 111 N 13th St Papillion NE 68046 33.8 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-374-2910

Sarpy County District Attorney 1210 Golden Gate Drive Papillion NE 68046 34.5 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-593-2230

Harrison County District Attorney 400 East Erie Street Missouri Valley IA 51555 38.8 miles from Cedar Bluffs 712-642-2775

Platte County District Attorney 2610 14th Street Columbus NE 68601 38.9 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-563-4903

Pottawattamie County District Attorney 227 South 6th Street Council Bluffs IA 51501 40.5 miles from Cedar Bluffs 712-328-5649

Lancaster County District Attorney 575 South 10th Street Lincoln NE 68508 41.0 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-441-7321

Seward County District Attorney 529 Seward Street Seward NE 68434 42.3 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-643-2795

Cass County District Attorney 346 Main Street Plattsmouth NE 68048 46.2 miles from Cedar Bluffs 402-296-9346

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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