Lodgepole District Attorney Records Search

See Lodgepole NE 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.


Deuel County District Attorney 718 3rd Street Chappell NE 69129 9.5 miles from Lodgepole 308-874-2622


Cheyenne County District Attorney PO Box 217 Sidney NE 69162 17.2 miles from Lodgepole 308-254-6060

Sedgwick County District Attorney 315 Cedar Street Julesburg CO 80737 22.4 miles from Lodgepole 970-474-3627

Garden County District Attorney PO Box 530 Oshkosh NE 69154 23.5 miles from Lodgepole 308-772-3092

Phillips County District Attorney 221 South Interocean Avenue Holyoke CO 80734 42.8 miles from Lodgepole 970-854-3279

Morrill County District Attorney 822 Main Street Bridgeport NE 69336 43.0 miles from Lodgepole 308-262-2000

Logan County District Attorney 110 Riverview Road Sterling CO 80751 46.0 miles from Lodgepole 970-522-6565

Keith County District Attorney 121 West 3rd Street Ogallala NE 69153 47.8 miles from Lodgepole 308-284-2091

Arthur County District Attorney PO Box 130 Grant NE 69140 52.0 miles from Lodgepole 308-352-2111

Perkins County District Attorney PO Box 889 Grant NE 69140 52.0 miles from Lodgepole 308-352-2425

Kimball County District Attorney 116 West 2nd Street Kimball NE 69145 53.6 miles from Lodgepole 308-235-3698

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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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