69170 District Attorney Records Search

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Frontier County District Attorney PO Box 4 Curtis NE 69025 16.6 miles from 69170 308-367-4141

Mcpherson County District Attorney PO Box 1605 North Platte NE 69103 22.9 miles from 69170 308-532-1600

Lincoln County District Attorney 301 North Jeffers Street North Platte NE 69101 23.5 miles from 69170 308-534-4350

Hayes County District Attorney PO Box 370 Hayes Center NE 69032 24.4 miles from 69170 308-286-3486

Logan County District Attorney 416 10th Street Gothenburg NE 69138 31.8 miles from 69170 308-537-7161

Red Willow County District Attorney 502 Norris Avenue McCook NE 69001 41.5 miles from 69170 308-345-7905

Hitchcock County District Attorney PO Box 367 Trenton NE 69044 45.2 miles from 69170 308-334-5616

Furnas County District Attorney 620 Patterson Street Cambridge NE 69022 46.7 miles from 69170 308-697-4949

Gosper County District Attorney PO Box 325 Elwood NE 68937 48.4 miles from 69170 308-785-2320

Chase County District Attorney PO Box 1229 Imperial NE 69033 50.8 miles from 69170 308-882-7515

Arthur County District Attorney PO Box 130 Grant NE 69140 51.4 miles from 69170 308-352-2111

Perkins County District Attorney PO Box 889 Grant NE 69140 51.4 miles from 69170 308-352-2425

Dawson County District Attorney 700 North Washington Street Lexington NE 68850 52.5 miles from 69170 308-324-5644

Keith County District Attorney 121 West 3rd Street Ogallala NE 69153 55.8 miles from 69170 308-284-2091

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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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