Hindsville District Attorney Records Search

See Hindsville AR 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.

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 626 Huntsville AR 72740 7.9 miles from Hindsville 479-738-1900

Washington County Prosecuting Attorney 280 North College Avenue Fayetteville AR 72701 17.5 miles from Hindsville 479-444-1570

Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney 301 West Trimble Avenue Berryville AR 72616 21.9 miles from Hindsville 870-423-6869

Benton County Prosecuting Attorney 100 Northeast A Street Bentonville AR 72712 24.9 miles from Hindsville 479-271-1030

Barry County Prosecuting Attorney 102 Cassville Heights Cassville MO 65625 36.4 miles from Hindsville 417-847-3133

Newton County Prosecuting Attorney 100 Court Street Jasper AR 72641 38.8 miles from Hindsville 870-446-2633

Boone County Prosecuting Attorney 112 East Rush Avenue Harrison AR 72601 42.4 miles from Hindsville 870-741-6361

Mc Donald Prosecuting Attorney 602 Main Street Pineville MO 64856 42.5 miles from Hindsville 417-223-4142

Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney 211 West Commercial Street Ozark AR 72949 45.6 miles from Hindsville 479-468-4191

Adair County District Attorney 220 West Division Street Stilwell OK 74960 48.7 miles from Hindsville 918-696-7150

Stone County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 95 Galena MO 65656 50.3 miles from Hindsville 417-357-6137

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney 215 West Main Street Clarksville AR 72830 51.7 miles from Hindsville 479-754-6486

Delaware County District Attorney PO Box 528 Jay OK 74346 55.6 miles from Hindsville 918-253-2209

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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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