79121 District Attorney Records Search

See 79121 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.


Potter County District Attorney 501 South Fillmore Street Amarillo TX 79101 5.9 miles from 79121 806-379-2325


Randall County District Attorney 2309 Russell Long Boulevard Canyon TX 79015 13.1 miles from 79121 806-468-5570

Oldham County District Attorney PO Box 698 Vega TX 79092 28.5 miles from 79121 806-267-2233

Armstrong County District Attorney 101 Trice Street Claude TX 79019 32.5 miles from 79121 806-226-2081

Deaf Smith County District Attorney 235 East 3rd Street Hereford TX 79045 36.2 miles from 79121 806-364-3700

Swisher County District Attorney 119 South Maxwell Avenue Tulia TX 79088 45.1 miles from 79121 806-995-3505

Dallam County District Attorney 715 South Dumas Avenue Dumas TX 79029 47.3 miles from 79121 806-935-5654

Hartley County District Attorney 715 South Dumas Avenue Dumas TX 79029 47.3 miles from 79121 806-935-5654

Moore County District Attorney 715 South Dumas Avenue Dumas TX 79029 47.3 miles from 79121 806-935-5654

Sherman County District Attorney 715 South Dumas Avenue Dumas TX 79029 47.3 miles from 79121 806-935-5654

Castro County District Attorney 100 East Bedford Street Dimmitt TX 79027 48.3 miles from 79121 806-647-4445

Hansford County District Attorney PO Box 3431 Stinnett TX 79083 52.5 miles from 79121 806-878-4036

Hutchinson County District Attorney PO Box 3431 Stinnett TX 79083 52.5 miles from 79121 806-878-4036

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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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