76858 District Attorney Records Search

See 76858 district attorneys and search free public district attorney records District attorneys, prosecuting attorneys and commonwealth attorneys are public officials who represent the state or federal government in legal matters.


Mcculloch County District Attorney 199 Courthouse Square Ste 103 Brady TX 76825 13.4 miles from 76858 325-347-8400


Edwards County District Attorney PO Box 635 Mason TX 76856 37.5 miles from 76858 325-347-8400

Mason County District Attorney PO Box 1726 Mason TX 76856 37.5 miles from 76858 325-347-5556

Menard County District Attorney PO Box 635 Mason TX 76856 37.5 miles from 76858 325-347-8400

Coleman County District Attorney PO Box 855 Coleman TX 76834 46.6 miles from 76858 325-625-1316

Coke County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-659-6583

Concho County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-653-1912

Irion County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-659-6583

Runnels County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-653-1912

Schleicher County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-655-6116

Sterling County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-659-6583

Tom Green County District Attorney 124 West Beauregard Avenue San Angelo TX 76903 52.5 miles from 76858 325-659-6583

Brown County District Attorney 200 South Broadway Street Brownwood TX 76801 53.2 miles from 76858 325-646-0444

Brown County District Judge 200 South Broadway Street Brownwood TX 76801 53.2 miles from 76858 325-646-0444

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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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