Jermyn District Attorney Records Search

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Young County District Attorney 516 4th Street Graham TX 76450 16.0 miles from Jermyn 940-549-4132


Archer County District Clerk 100 South Center Street Archer TX 76351 26.7 miles from Jermyn 940-574-4615

Palo Pinto County District Attorney PO Box 340 Palo Pinto TX 76484 34.3 miles from Jermyn 940-659-1251

Wichita County District Attorney 900 7th Street Wichita Falls TX 76301 45.2 miles from Jermyn 940-766-8113

Stephens County District Attorney 200 West Walker Street Breckenridge TX 76424 46.1 miles from Jermyn 254-559-6712

Wise County District Attorney 101 North Trinity Street Decatur TX 76234 46.4 miles from Jermyn 940-627-5257

Jack County District Attorney 100 West Main Street Decatur TX 76234 46.4 miles from Jermyn 940-567-6261

Clay County District Attorney PO Box 55 Montague TX 76251 47.4 miles from Jermyn 940-894-6211

Montague County District Attorney PO Box 55 Montague TX 76251 47.4 miles from Jermyn 940-894-6211

Parker County District Attorney 117 Fort Worth Highway Weatherford TX 76086 48.9 miles from Jermyn 817-598-6124

Baylor County District Attorney PO Box 508 Seymour TX 76380 55.1 miles from Jermyn 940-889-2852

Cottle County District Attorney PO Box 508 Seymour TX 76380 55.1 miles from Jermyn 940-889-2852

King County District Attorney PO Box 508 Seymour TX 76380 55.1 miles from Jermyn 940-889-2852

Knox County District Attorney PO Box 508 Seymour TX 76380 55.1 miles from Jermyn 940-889-2852

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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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