Culberson District Attorneys

See Culberson NC 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.


Cherokee County District Attorney 75 Peachtree Street Murphy NC 28906 10.1 miles from Culberson 828-837-7818


Fannin County Prosecuting Attorney 400 West Main Street Blue Ridge GA 30513 12.6 miles from Culberson 706-632-2496

Union County District Attorney 65 Courthouse Street Blairsville GA 30512 14.1 miles from Culberson 706-439-6027

Union County Prosecuting Attorney 65 Courthouse Street Blairsville GA 30512 14.1 miles from Culberson 706-864-6754

Clay County District Attorney 33 Main Street Hayesville NC 28904 20.1 miles from Culberson 828-389-1630

Towns County Prosecuting Attorney 48 River Street Hiawassee GA 30546 23.5 miles from Culberson 706-896-6489

Gilmer County Prosecuting Attorney 1 Broad Street Ellijay GA 30540 27.2 miles from Culberson 706-635-5381

Graham County District Attorney 12 North Main Street Robbinsville NC 28771 30.6 miles from Culberson 828-479-7010

Lumpkin County Prosecuting Attorney 325 Riley Road Dahlonega GA 30533 33.8 miles from Culberson 706-864-6754

Murray County District Attorney 121 North 3rd Avenue Chatsworth GA 30705 37.4 miles from Culberson 706-695-4811

Dawson County Prosecuting Attorney 25 Justice Way Ste 3321 Dawsonville GA 30534 38.6 miles from Culberson 706-344-3620

Pickens County Prosecuting Attorney 50 North Main Street Jasper GA 30143 39.1 miles from Culberson 706-253-3511

Bradley County District Attorney 93 North Ocoee Street Cleveland TN 37311 41.7 miles from Culberson 423-472-2179

Rabun County Prosecuting Attorney 25 Courthouse Square Clayton GA 30525 44.0 miles from Culberson

Habersham County Prosecuting Attorney 295 Llewellyn Street Clarkesville GA 30523 45.1 miles from Culberson

Macon County District Attorney 100 West Main Street Franklin NC 28734 46.3 miles from Culberson 828-349-7210

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.