Franklin District Attorney

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Macon County District Attorney 100 West Main Street Franklin NC 28734 828-349-7210


Jackson County District Attorney 401 Grindstaff Cove Road Sylva NC 28779 16.3 miles from Franklin 828-631-6410

Swain County District Attorney 1666 Betts Branch Road Bryson City NC 28713 19.1 miles from Franklin 828-488-8723

Rabun County Prosecuting Attorney 25 Courthouse Square Clayton GA 30525 20.8 miles from Franklin

Graham County District Attorney 12 North Main Street Robbinsville NC 28771 25.9 miles from Franklin 828-479-7010

Clay County District Attorney 33 Main Street Hayesville NC 28904 26.3 miles from Franklin 828-389-1630

Towns County Prosecuting Attorney 48 River Street Hiawassee GA 30546 26.6 miles from Franklin 706-896-6489

Haywood County District Attorney 285 North Main Street Waynesville NC 28786 31.1 miles from Franklin 828-454-6510

Oconee County Solicitor 205 West Main Street Walhalla SC 29691 33.7 miles from Franklin 864-638-4294

Transylvania County District Attorney 12 East Main Street Brevard NC 28712 36.8 miles from Franklin 828-885-3010

Cherokee County District Attorney 75 Peachtree Street Murphy NC 28906 37.3 miles from Franklin 828-837-7818

Union County District Attorney 65 Courthouse Street Blairsville GA 30512 38.8 miles from Franklin 706-439-6027

Union County Prosecuting Attorney 65 Courthouse Street Blairsville GA 30512 38.8 miles from Franklin 706-864-6754

Habersham County Prosecuting Attorney 295 Llewellyn Street Clarkesville GA 30523 40.3 miles from Franklin

Stephens County Prosecuting Attorney 70 North Alexander Street Toccoa GA 30577 41.6 miles from Franklin 706-886-7920

Pickens County Solicitor 214 East Main Street Pickens SC 29671 43.4 miles from Franklin 864-898-5905

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.