Centerville District Attorney Records Search

See Centerville MO 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.

Reynolds County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 78 Centerville MO 63633 573-648-2494

Iron County Prosecuting Attorney 222 South Shepherd Street Ironton MO 63650 21.3 miles from Centerville 573-546-2333

Shannon County Prosecting Attorney 113 Main Street Eminence MO 65466 29.7 miles from Centerville 573-226-3714

Carter County Prosecuting Attorney 504 Main Street Van Buren MO 63965 30.5 miles from Centerville 573-323-8480

Dent County Prosecuting Attorney 112 East 5th Street Salem MO 65560 34.7 miles from Centerville 573-729-3406

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 533 Greenville MO 63944 35.3 miles from Centerville 573-224-5600

Texas County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North Missouri Street Potosi MO 63664 35.8 miles from Centerville 573-438-3181

Washington County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North Missouri Street Potosi MO 63664 35.8 miles from Centerville 573-438-3181

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney 129 East Main Street Fredericktown MO 63645 37.5 miles from Centerville 573-783-2157

St. Francois County Prosecuting Attorney 1 North Washington Street Farmington MO 63640 37.9 miles from Centerville 573-756-1955

Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 486 Steelville MO 65565 42.7 miles from Centerville 573-775-5010

Bollinger County Prosecuting Attorney 303 High Street Marble Hill MO 63764 55.1 miles from Centerville 573-238-2641

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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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