Clinton District Attorney

See Clinton KY 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.


Hickman County District Attorney 110 West Clay Street Clinton KY 42031 270-653-6335


Fulton County District Attorney 203 East Moulton Street Hickman KY 42050 12.7 miles from Clinton 270-236-7093

Carlisle County District Attorney PO Box 514 Bardwell KY 42023 14.5 miles from Clinton 270-628-5492

Graves County District Attorney 101 Old Dukedom Road Mayfield KY 42066 19.2 miles from Clinton 270-247-6321

Ballard County District Attorney 132 North 4th Street Wickliffe KY 42087 21.3 miles from Clinton 270-335-3504

State's Attorney's Office 2000 Washington Avenue Cairo IL 62914 25.5 miles from Clinton 618-734-0408

Mississippi County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 435 Charleston MO 63834 25.6 miles from Clinton 573-683-2146

New Madrid County Prosecuting Attorney 450 Main Street New Madrid MO 63869 30.1 miles from Clinton 573-748-5144

Obion County District Attorney 121 West Main Street Dresden TN 38225 30.3 miles from Clinton 731-364-5513

Pulaski County State Attorney 500 Illinois Avenue Mound IL 62963 30.7 miles from Clinton

Mccracken County District Attorney 301 South 6th Street Paducah KY 42003 36.2 miles from Clinton 270-444-4709

Massac County State Attorney 1 Superman Square Metropolis IL 62960 36.6 miles from Clinton 618-524-2587

Marshall County District Attorney 80 Judicial Dr Unit 130 Benton KY 42025 37.5 miles from Clinton 270-527-4730

Calloway County Attorney 304 North 5th Street Murray KY 42071 38.5 miles from Clinton 270-753-3312

Scott County Prosecuting Attorney 131 South Winchester Street Benton MO 63736 43.3 miles from Clinton 573-545-3562

Livingston County District Attorney PO Box 97 Smithland KY 42081 46.1 miles from Clinton 270-928-2880

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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