46126 District Attorney

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Shelby County Prosecuting Attorney 407 South Harrison Street Shelbyville IN 46176 8.6 miles from 46126 317-392-6440


Hancock County Prosecuting Attorney 27 American Legion Place Greenfield IN 46140 13.0 miles from 46126 317-477-1139

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney 1 Caisson Drive Franklin IN 46131 13.5 miles from 46126 317-346-4525

Marion County Prosecuting Attorney 251 East Ohio Street Indianapolis IN 46204 17.9 miles from 46126 317-327-3522

Rush County Prosecuting Attorney 101 East 2nd Street Rushville IN 46173 23.2 miles from 46126 765-932-2000

Decatur County Prosecuting Attorney 150 courthouse Square Greensburg IN 47240 28.7 miles from 46126 812-663-8505

Bartholomew County Prosecuting Attorney 234 Washington Street Columbus IN 47201 28.9 miles from 46126 812-379-1670

Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney 1 North 8th Street Noblesville IN 46060 30.4 miles from 46126 317-776-8595

Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney 10 East Washington Street Martinsville IN 46151 32.0 miles from 46126 765-342-1050

Henry County Prosecuting Attorney 1215 Race Street New Castle IN 47362 34.6 miles from 46126 765-529-4614

Brown County Prosecuting Attorney 31 Buck Stogsdill Way Nashville IN 47448 34.7 miles from 46126 812-988-5470

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney 16 East 9th Street Anderson IN 46016 35.5 miles from 46126 765-641-9585

Hendricks County Prosecuting Attorney 6 South Jefferson Street Danville IN 46122 35.7 miles from 46126 317-745-9283

Fayette County Prosecuting Attorney 401 North Central Avenue Connersville IN 47331 39.4 miles from 46126 765-825-3251

Boone County Prosecuting Attorney 103 Courthouse Square Lebanon IN 46052 43.1 miles from 46126 765-482-6860

Jennings County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 392 Vernon IN 47282 46.0 miles from 46126 812-352-3041

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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