Leopolis District Attorney Records Search

See Leopolis WI 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.


Sheboygan County District Attorney 311 North Main Street Shawano WI 54166 11.6 miles from Leopolis 715-526-3071


Langlade County District Attorney 800 Clermont Street Antigo WI 54409 30.2 miles from Leopolis 715-627-6398

Waupaca County District Attorney 811 Harding Street Waupaca WI 54981 30.7 miles from Leopolis 715-258-6436

Portage County District Attorney 1516 Church Street Stevens Point WI 54481 40.0 miles from Leopolis 715-346-1236

Marathon County District Attorney 500 Forest Street Wausau WI 54403 40.5 miles from Leopolis 715-261-1100

Outagamie County District Attorney 320 South Walnut Street Appleton WI 54911 41.0 miles from Leopolis 920-832-5031

Brown County District Attorney 300 East Walnut Street Green Bay WI 54301 44.4 miles from Leopolis

Oconto County District Attorney 301 Washington Street Oconto WI 54153 48.7 miles from Leopolis 920-834-6803

Lincoln County District Attorney 1110 East Main Street Merrill WI 54452 50.1 miles from Leopolis 715-536-6400

Waushara County District Attorney 209 Ste Marie Street North Wautoma WI 54982 52.5 miles from Leopolis 920-787-0435

Winnebago County District Attorney 240 Algoma Boulevard Oshkosh WI 54901 53.6 miles from Leopolis 920-236-4952

Wood County District Attorney 400 Market Street Wisconsin Rapids WI 54494 54.5 miles from Leopolis 715-421-8426

Forest County District Attorney 200 East Madison Street Crandon WI 54520 55.6 miles from Leopolis 715-478-3490

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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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