78104 District Attorney Records Search

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Live Oak County District Attorney 111 North Saint Marys Street Beeville TX 78102 8.3 miles from 78104 361-358-1007


Mcmullen County District Attorney 111 North Saint Marys Street Beeville TX 78102 8.3 miles from 78104 361-358-1007

Bee County District Attorney 111 South Street Marys Street Beeville TX 78102 8.4 miles from 78104 361-358-1007

San Patricio County District Attorney PO Box 1393 Sinton TX 78387 36.5 miles from 78104 361-364-9390

Atascosa County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 48.6 miles from 78104 830-393-2200

Frio County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 48.6 miles from 78104 830-393-2200

Karnes County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 48.6 miles from 78104 830-780-2562

Wilson County District Attorney 1327 3rd Street Floresville TX 78114 48.6 miles from 78104 830-393-2200

DeWitt County District Attorney 307 North Gonzales Street Cuero TX 77954 48.7 miles from 78104 361-275-2612

Goliad County District Attorney 307 North Gonzales Street Cuero TX 77954 48.7 miles from 78104 361-275-2612

Refugio County District Attorney 307 North Gonzales Street Cuero TX 77954 48.7 miles from 78104 361-275-2612

Victoria County District Attorney 205 North Bridge Street Victoria TX 77901 49.6 miles from 78104 361-575-0468

Nueces County District Attorney 901 Leopard Street Corpus Christi TX 78401 54.9 miles from 78104 361-888-0410

Aransas County District Attorney 301 North Live Oak Street Rockport TX 78382 55.1 miles from 78104 361-790-0114

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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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