27052 District Attorney

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Stokes County District Attorney PO Box 179 Danbury NC 27016 7.4 miles from 27052 336-593-4450


Forsyth County District Attorney 200 North Main Street Winston-Salem NC 27101 16.3 miles from 27052 336-779-6310

Rockingham County District Attorney PO Box 35 Wentworth NC 27375 22.6 miles from 27052 336-634-6010

Patrick County Commonwealth's Attorney PO Box 268 Stuart VA 24171 23.1 miles from 27052 276-694-3945

Guilford County District Attorney 201 South Eugene Street Greensboro NC 27401 26.3 miles from 27052 336-412-7600

Martinsville County Commonwealth's Attorney PO Box 1311 Martinsville VA 24114 29.7 miles from 27052 276-403-5470

Surry County District Attorney PO Box 1063 Dobson NC 27017 32.5 miles from 27052 336-386-3710

Henry County Commonwealth's Attorney 3160 Kings Mountain Road Martinsville VA 24112 32.5 miles from 27052 276-634-4500

Davidson County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 36.5 miles from 27052 336-242-6710

Davie County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 36.5 miles from 27052 336-242-6710

Floyd County Commonwealth's Attorney 100 East Main Street Floyd VA 24091 41.9 miles from 27052 540-745-9369

Carroll County Commonwealth's Attorney 605 Pine Street Hillsville VA 24343 44.8 miles from 27052 276-730-3090

Danville County Commonwealth's Attorney 341 Main St Ste 200 Danville VA 24541 45.1 miles from 27052 434-797-1635

Alamance County District Attorney 212 West Elm Street Graham NC 27253 45.1 miles from 27052 336-570-5210

Caswell County District Attorney 139 East Church Street Yanceyville NC 27379 45.6 miles from 27052 336-459-4010

Randolph County District Attorney 176 East Salisbury Street Asheboro NC 27203 46.4 miles from 27052 336-328-3010

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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