30220 District Attorney

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Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 2564 Newnan GA 30264 11.1 miles from 30220 770-254-7300


Coweta County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 2564 Newnan GA 30264 11.1 miles from 30220 770-254-7300

Troup County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 2564 Newnan GA 30264 11.1 miles from 30220 770-254-7300

Meriwether County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 520 Greenville GA 30222 14.8 miles from 30220 706-672-1302

Heard County Prosecuting Attorney 15 E Court Square Rm 13 Franklin GA 30217 16.3 miles from 30220 706-675-0955

Fayette County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 1498 Fayetteville GA 30214 25.7 miles from 30220 770-716-4250

Upson County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 1498 Fayetteville GA 30214 25.7 miles from 30220 770-716-4250

Pike County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 550 Zebulon GA 30295 29.2 miles from 30220 770-567-2020

Spalding County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 1087 Griffin GA 30224 31.6 miles from 30220 770-467-4310

Harris County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North College Street Hamilton GA 31811 32.4 miles from 30220 706-628-4080

Clayton County Prosecuting Attorney 9151 Tara Boulevard Jonesboro GA 30236 33.1 miles from 30220 770-477-3450

Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney 8700 Hospital Drive Douglasville GA 30134 36.2 miles from 30220 770-920-7292

Randolph County Attorney 1 North Main Street Wedowee AL 36278 38.7 miles from 30220 256-357-2675

Chambers County District Attorney PO Box 609 La Fayette AL 36862 40.3 miles from 30220 334-864-4316

Lamar County District Attorney 326 Thomaston Street Barnesville GA 30204 40.4 miles from 30220 770-358-5152

Henry County Prosecuting Attorney 1 Courthouse Square McDonough GA 30253 42.0 miles from 30220 770-288-6400

Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney 136 Pryor Street Southwest Atlanta GA 30303 44.0 miles from 30220 404-612-4981

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