71006 District Attorney Records Search

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Bossier Parish District Attorney 200 Burt Boulevard Benton LA 71006 318-965-4030

Caddo Parish District Attorney 525 Marshall Street Shreveport LA 71101 16.1 miles from 71006 318-226-6960

Webster Parish District Attorney PO Box 758 Minden LA 71055 22.0 miles from 71006 318-377-7557

Claiborne District Attorney 512 West Main Street Homer LA 71040 33.8 miles from 71006 318-927-4862

Marion County District Attorney 102 West Austin Street Jefferson TX 75657 41.6 miles from 71006 903-665-3348

Bienville Parish District Attorney 100 Courthouse Drive Arcadia LA 71001 42.7 miles from 71006 318-263-7408

Harrison County District Attorney 200 West Houston Street Marshall TX 75670 44.6 miles from 71006 903-935-8408

Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 727 Magnolia AR 71754 44.9 miles from 71006 870-234-4727

Cass County District Attorney 227 East Rush Street Linden TX 75563 47.0 miles from 71006 903-756-7541

DeSoto Parish District Attorney 208 Adams Street Mansfield LA 71052 47.5 miles from 71006 318-872-2991

Red River Parish District Attorney PO Box 606 Coushatta LA 71019 51.0 miles from 71006

Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney 400 Laurel Street Texarkana AR 71854 54.1 miles from 71006 870-774-1002

Miller County Prosecuting Attorney 400 Laurel Street Texarkana AR 71854 54.1 miles from 71006 870-774-1002

Bowie County District Attorney 601 Main Street Texarkana TX 75501 54.2 miles from 71006 903-735-4800

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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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