Gridley District Attorney Records Search

See Gridley IL 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.

Livingston County State Attorney 110 North Main Street Pontiac IL 61764 16.1 miles from Gridley 815-844-5169

Mclean County State Attorney 104 West Front Street Bloomington IL 61701 19.3 miles from Gridley 309-888-5400

Woodford County State Attorney 115 North Main Street Eureka IL 61530 20.6 miles from Gridley 309-467-3212

Marshall County State Attorney 122 North Prairie Street Lacon IL 61540 33.7 miles from Gridley 309-246-2028

Peoria County State Attorney 324 Main Street Peoria IL 61602 37.3 miles from Gridley 309-672-6900

DeWitt County State Attorney 201 West Washington Street Clinton IL 61727 41.0 miles from Gridley 217-935-7810

Tazewell County State Attorney 342 Court Street Pekin IL 61554 42.0 miles from Gridley 309-477-2205

Putnam County State Attorney 120 North 4th Street Hennepin IL 61327 42.7 miles from Gridley 815-925-7378

Lasalle County State Attorney 707 East Etna Road Ottawa IL 61350 43.6 miles from Gridley 815-434-8340

Ford County State Attorney 200 West State Street Paxton IL 60957 45.4 miles from Gridley 217-379-9460

Logan County State Attorney 601 Broadway Street Lincoln IL 62656 48.5 miles from Gridley 217-732-2184

Grundy County State Attorney 111 East Washington Street Morris IL 60450 48.6 miles from Gridley 815-941-3276

Piatt County State Attorney 101 West Washington Street Monticello IL 61856 52.2 miles from Gridley 217-762-2574

Bureau County State Attorney 700 South Main Street Princeton IL 61356 52.8 miles from Gridley 815-879-4941

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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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