78009 District Attorney Records Search

See 78009 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.


Medina County District Attorney 3102 Avenue G Hondo TX 78861 15.1 miles from 78009 830-741-6187


Bexar County District Attorney 101 West Nueva Street San Antonio TX 78205 24.0 miles from 78009 210-335-2311

Bandera County District Attorney PO Box 877 Bandera TX 78003 27.8 miles from 78009 830-796-3781

Atascosa County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 46.5 miles from 78009 830-393-2200

Frio County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 46.5 miles from 78009 830-393-2200

Karnes County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 46.5 miles from 78009 830-780-2562

Wilson County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 46.5 miles from 78009 830-393-2200

Kimble County District Attorney 402 Clearwater Paseo Kerrville TX 78028 48.3 miles from 78009 830-315-2460

Gillespie County District Attorney 700 East Main Street Fredericksburg TX 78624 49.6 miles from 78009 830-896-4744

Kendall County District Attorney 200 Earl Garrett Street Kerrville TX 78028 49.9 miles from 78009 830-896-4744

Kerr County District Attorney 521 Earl Garrett Street Kerrville TX 78028 50.1 miles from 78009 830-896-4744

Comal County District Attorney 150 North Seguin Avenue New Braunfels TX 78130 51.7 miles from 78009 830-221-1301

Real County District Attorney 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 55.1 miles from 78009 830-278-2916

Uvalde County District Atty 100 North Getty Street Uvalde TX 78801 55.1 miles from 78009 830-278-2916

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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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