Laneville District Attorney Records Search

See Laneville TX 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.


Rusk County District Attorney 115 North Main Street Henderson TX 75652 12.4 miles from Laneville 903-657-2265


Cherokee County District Attorney PO Box 450 Rusk TX 75785 23.1 miles from Laneville 903-683-2573

Nacogdoches County District Attorney 101 West Main Street Nacogdoches TX 75961 27.2 miles from Laneville 936-560-7766

Panola County District Attorney 108 S Sycamore St Rm 301 Carthage TX 75633 30.5 miles from Laneville 903-693-0310

Gregg County District Attorney 101 East Methvin Street Longview TX 75601 36.4 miles from Laneville 903-236-8440

Smith County District Attorney 100 North Broadway Avenue Tyler TX 75702 38.6 miles from Laneville 903-590-1720

Shelby County District Attorney PO Box 64 Center TX 75935 39.2 miles from Laneville 936-598-2489

Angelina District Attorney 215 East Lufkin Avenue Lufkin TX 75901 44.2 miles from Laneville 936-632-5090

Harrison County District Attorney 200 West Houston Street Marshall TX 75670 47.3 miles from Laneville 903-935-8408

Anderson County District Attorney 500 North Church Street Palestine TX 75801 49.8 miles from Laneville 903-723-7400

San Augustine County District Attorney 100 West Columbia Street San Augustine TX 75972 51.4 miles from Laneville 936-275-9903

Sabine County District Attorney PO Box 714 San Augustine TX 75972 51.5 miles from Laneville 409-787-2901

Upshur County District Attorney 405 Titus Street Gilmer TX 75644 52.9 miles from Laneville 903-843-5513

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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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