Hardeeville District Attorney Records Search

See Hardeeville 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.


Beaufort County Solicitor PO Box 1880 Bluffton SC 29910 8.7 miles from Hardeeville 843-255-5880


Chatham County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 2309 Savannah GA 31402 21.2 miles from Hardeeville 912-652-7308

Bryan County Prosecuting Attorney 51 North Courthouse Street Pembroke GA 31321 35.6 miles from Hardeeville 912-653-3839

Hampton County Solicitor 1 Courthouse Square Elm St Hampton SC 29924 39.7 miles from Hardeeville 803-914-2250

Screven County Prosecuting Attorney 3 Courtland Street Statesboro GA 30458 44.6 miles from Hardeeville 912-764-9924

District Attorney 1 Courtland Street Statesboro GA 30458 44.6 miles from Hardeeville 912-764-9924

Effingham County Prosecuting Attorney 2 Courtland Street Statesboro GA 30458 44.6 miles from Hardeeville 912-764-9924

Liberty County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 46.9 miles from Hardeeville 912-876-4151

Long County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 46.9 miles from Hardeeville 912-876-4151

Mcintosh County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 46.9 miles from Hardeeville 912-876-4151

Tattnall County Prosecuting Attorney 945 EG Miles Pkwy Hinesville GA 31313 46.9 miles from Hardeeville 912-876-4151

Allendale County Solicitor PO Box 840 Fairfax SC 29827 47.3 miles from Hardeeville 803-632-3347

Evans County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 845 Claxton GA 30417 51.6 miles from Hardeeville 912-876-4151

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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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