Fort Lawn District Attorney Records Search

See Fort Lawn SC 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.

Chester County Solicitor 105 Main Street Chester SC 29706 17.9 miles from Fort Lawn 803-581-8190

York County Solicitor 1675 York Highway York SC 29745 25.9 miles from Fort Lawn

Union County District Attorney PO Box 1065 Monroe NC 28111 28.3 miles from Fort Lawn 704-698-3110

Kershaw County Solicitor 1121 Broad Street Camden SC 29020 35.4 miles from Fort Lawn 803-425-7672

Mecklenburg County District Attorney 700 East Trade Street Charlotte NC 28202 36.2 miles from Fort Lawn 704-686-0700

Union County Solicitor PO Box 60 Union SC 29379 41.2 miles from Fort Lawn 864-429-1639

District Attorney 325 South Marietta Street Gastonia NC 28052 41.8 miles from Fort Lawn 704-852-3113

Chesterfield County Solicitor 137 Main Street Chesterfield SC 29709 46.2 miles from Fort Lawn 843-623-3265

Richland County Solicitor 1701 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 48.5 miles from Fort Lawn 803-576-1800

Newberry County Solicitor PO Box 156 Newberry SC 29108 49.3 miles from Fort Lawn 803-321-1415

Cherokee County Solicitor 122 Administrative Drive Gaffney SC 29340 49.6 miles from Fort Lawn 864-487-2576

Cabarrus County District Attorney PO Box 70 Concord NC 28026 50.1 miles from Fort Lawn 704-262-5510

Anson County District Attorney PO Box 761 Wadesboro NC 28170 50.2 miles from Fort Lawn 704-994-3810

Catawba County District Attorney 100 Justice Place Shelby NC 28150 54.4 miles from Fort Lawn 828-695-6110

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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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