Keysville District Attorney

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Burke County Prosecuting Attorney 602 North Liberty Street Waynesboro GA 30830 15.9 miles from Keysville 706-554-2324


Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney 735 James Brown Boulevard Augusta GA 30901 21.9 miles from Keysville 706-821-1135

Richmond County District Atty 735 James Brown Boulevard Augusta GA 30901 21.9 miles from Keysville 706-821-1135

Mcduffie County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 966 Thomson GA 30824 22.1 miles from Keysville 706-595-7175

Taliaferro County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 966 Thomson GA 30824 22.1 miles from Keysville 706-595-7175

Warren County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 966 Thomson GA 30824 22.1 miles from Keysville 706-595-7175

Wilkes County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 966 Thomson GA 30824 22.1 miles from Keysville 706-595-7175

District Attorney 210 Railroad Street Thomson GA 30824 22.3 miles from Keysville 706-595-7175

Candler County Prosecuting Attorney 105 North Main Street Swainsboro GA 30401 27.6 miles from Keysville 478-237-7846

Emanuel County Prosecuting Attorney 101 North Main Street Swainsboro GA 30401 27.6 miles from Keysville 478-237-7846

Washington County Prosecuting Attorney 104 North Main Street Swainsboro GA 30401 27.6 miles from Keysville 478-237-7846

Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North Main Street Swainsboro GA 30401 27.6 miles from Keysville 478-237-7846

Jenkins County Prosecuting Attorney 611 East Winthrope Avenue Millen GA 30442 34.2 miles from Keysville 478-982-2563

Aiken County Solicitor 109 Park Avenue Southeast Aiken SC 29801 36.8 miles from Keysville 803-642-1557

Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 340 Lincolnton GA 30817 41.0 miles from Keysville 706-359-4444

Toombs County Prosecuting Attorney 103 N Main St Ste 200 Swainsboro GA 30401 45.4 miles from Keysville 478-237-7846

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.

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