Greeneville District Attorney Records Search

See Greeneville TN 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.


District Attorney General 124 Austin Street Greeneville TN 37745 423-787-1450


District Attorney 108 West Jackson Boulevard Jonesborough TN 37659 21.1 miles from Greeneville 423-753-5020

Madison County District Attorney PO Box 604 Marshall NC 28753 26.7 miles from Greeneville 828-649-3033

Yancey County District Attorney 110 Town Square Burnsville NC 28714 33.9 miles from Greeneville 828-678-5720

Scott County Commonwealth's Attorney 202 West Jackson Street Gate City VA 24251 34.4 miles from Greeneville 276-386-2576

Sullivan County District Attorney PO Box 526 Blountville TN 37617 37.2 miles from Greeneville 423-279-3278

Mitchell County District Attorney PO Box 24 Bakersville NC 28705 38.4 miles from Greeneville 828-688-4165

Lee County Commonwealth's Attorney PO Box 326 Jonesville VA 24263 39.5 miles from Greeneville 276-346-7763

Buncombe County District Attorney PO Box 7158 Asheville NC 28802 43.9 miles from Greeneville 828-259-3410

Cocke County District Attorney 125 Court Avenue Sevierville TN 37862 46.6 miles from Greeneville 865-429-7021

Haywood County District Attorney 285 North Main Street Waynesville NC 28786 47.5 miles from Greeneville 828-454-6510

Avery County District Attorney PO Box 718 Newland NC 28657 50.1 miles from Greeneville 828-737-6710

Harlan County District Attorney 210 East Central Street Harlan KY 40831 54.5 miles from Greeneville 606-573-1794

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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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