Earlington District Attorneys

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Hopkins County District Attorney 25 East Center Street Madisonville KY 42431 3.7 miles from Earlington 270-821-0087


Muhlenberg County Attorney 109 East Main Cross Street Greenville KY 42345 18.7 miles from Earlington 270-338-1322

Webster County District Attorney PO Box 308 Dixon KY 42409 19.3 miles from Earlington 270-639-7010

Mclean County District Attorney PO Box 262 Calhoun KY 42327 22.8 miles from Earlington 270-273-3528

Christian County District Attorney 209 East 14th Street Hopkinsville KY 42240 28.5 miles from Earlington 270-887-4114

Crittenden County District Attorney PO Box 415 Marion KY 42064 31.7 miles from Earlington 270-965-2222

Trigg County District Attorney PO Box 1435 Cadiz KY 42211 33.1 miles from Earlington 270-522-1900

Lyon County District Attorney PO Box 100 Eddyville KY 42038 34.2 miles from Earlington 270-388-7301

Union County District Attorney PO Box 28 Morganfield KY 42437 35.2 miles from Earlington 270-389-0591

Ohio County District Attorney PO Box 94 Hartford KY 42347 36.0 miles from Earlington 270-298-3335

Todd County District Attorney PO Box 746 Elkton KY 42220 37.0 miles from Earlington 270-265-2912

Henderson County District Attorney PO Box 1316 Henderson KY 42419 39.1 miles from Earlington 270-827-5753

Daviess County District Attorney PO Box 158 Owensboro KY 42302 39.5 miles from Earlington 270-685-8429

Butler County District Attorney PO Box 203 Morgantown KY 42261 44.5 miles from Earlington 270-526-3316

Logan County Attorney 152 Blakey Street Russellville KY 42276 45.1 miles from Earlington 270-726-8999

Hardin County State Attorney PO Box 326 Elizabethtown IL 62931 45.4 miles from Earlington 618-287-3691

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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