Hagarstown District Attorneys

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State Attorney 221 South 7th Street Vandalia IL 62471 3.9 miles from Hagarstown 618-283-5040


Bond County State's Attorney 200 West College Avenue Greenville IL 62246 13.6 miles from Hagarstown 618-664-2262

Montgomery County State Attorney 120 North Main Street Hillsboro IL 62049 23.1 miles from Hagarstown 217-532-9551

Marion County State Attorney 100 East Main Street Salem IL 62881 24.9 miles from Hagarstown 618-548-3860

Clinton County State Attorney 850 Fairfax Street Carlyle IL 62231 25.4 miles from Hagarstown 618-594-3641

Effingham County State Attorney 120 West Jefferson Avenue Effingham IL 62401 35.7 miles from Hagarstown 217-347-7741

Clay County State Attorney PO Box 190 Louisville IL 62858 37.6 miles from Hagarstown 618-665-3522

Shelby County State Attorney 301 East Main Street Shelbyville IL 62565 37.9 miles from Hagarstown 217-774-5511

Christian County State Attorney 101 South Main Street Taylorville IL 62568 42.4 miles from Hagarstown 217-824-4747

Washington County State Attorney 101 East Saint Louis Street Nashville IL 62263 43.0 miles from Hagarstown 618-327-4800

Madison County State Attorney 157 North Main Street Edwardsville IL 62025 43.4 miles from Hagarstown 618-692-6280

Macoupin County State Attorney PO Box 287 Carlinville IL 62626 44.5 miles from Hagarstown 217-854-6101

Jefferson County State Attorney 100 South 10th Street Mount Vernon IL 62864 45.6 miles from Hagarstown 618-244-8025

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.