76704 District Attorney Records Search

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Mclennan County District Attorney 219 North 6th Street Waco TX 76701 1.3 miles from 76704 254-757-5084


Falls County District Attorney PO Box 413 Marlin TX 76661 23.0 miles from 76704 254-883-1416

Hill County District Attorney PO Box 400 Hillsboro TX 76645 30.0 miles from 76704 254-582-4070

Limestone County District Attorney 200 West State Street Groesbeck TX 76642 35.1 miles from 76704 254-729-3814

Coryell County District Attorney PO Box 919 Gatesville TX 76528 37.6 miles from 76704 254-865-5911

Bosque County District Attorney PO Box 386 Meridian TX 76665 39.1 miles from 76704 254-435-2994

Comanche County District Attorney PO Box 368 Meridian TX 76665 39.1 miles from 76704 254-435-2994

Bosque Count District Attorney 111 Main Street Meridian TX 76665 39.4 miles from 76704 254-435-2994

Bell County District Attorney PO Box 540 Belton TX 76513 41.3 miles from 76704 254-933-5215

Milam County District Attorney 204 North Central Avenue Cameron TX 76520 50.7 miles from 76704 254-697-7013

Navarro County Criminal Atty 300 West 3rd Avenue Corsicana TX 75110 52.8 miles from 76704 903-654-3045

Robertson County District Attorney PO Box 409 Franklin TX 77856 53.6 miles from 76704

Johnson County District Attorney 204 South Buffalo Street Cleburne TX 76033 55.4 miles from 76704 817-556-6802

Somervell County District Attorney 204 South Buffalo Street Cleburne TX 76033 55.4 miles from 76704 817-556-6802

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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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