Fluvanna District Attorney Records Search

See Fluvanna TX 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.


Borden County District Attorney 1806 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 17.8 miles from Fluvanna 325-573-2462


Scurry County District Attorney 1806 25th Street Snyder TX 79549 17.8 miles from Fluvanna 325-573-2462

Mitchell County District Attorney 349 Oak Street Colorado TX 79512 37.9 miles from Fluvanna 325-728-3457

Howard County District Clerk 312 Scurry Street Big Spring TX 79720 47.8 miles from Fluvanna 432-264-2220

Dawson County District Attorney PO Box 1124 Lamesa TX 79331 47.9 miles from Fluvanna 806-872-2259

Gaines County District Attorney PO Box 1124 Lamesa TX 79331 47.9 miles from Fluvanna 806-872-2259

Garza County District Attorney PO Box 1124 Lamesa TX 79331 47.9 miles from Fluvanna 806-872-2259

Dawson County District Atty 609 North 1st Street Lamesa TX 79331 48.0 miles from Fluvanna 806-872-2259

Glasscock County District Attorney PO Box 149 Big Spring TX 79721 48.8 miles from Fluvanna 432-264-2220

Howard County District Attorney PO Box 149 Big Spring TX 79721 48.8 miles from Fluvanna 432-264-2220

Nolan County District Attorney 100 East 3rd Street Sweetwater TX 79556 51.7 miles from Fluvanna 325-235-8639

Fisher County District Attorney 100 East 3rd Street Sweetwater TX 79556 51.7 miles from Fluvanna 325-235-8639

Crosby County District Attorney 201 West Aspen Street Crosbyton TX 79322 53.7 miles from Fluvanna 806-675-2062

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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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