Magnolia District Attorney Records Search

See Magnolia MN 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.

Rock County District Attorney 204 East Brown Street Luverne MN 56156 6.6 miles from Magnolia 507-283-5065

Douglas County District Attorney 204 E Brown St Luverne MN 56156 7.0 miles from Magnolia 507-283-5065

Lyon County District Attorney 206 South 2nd Avenue Rock Rapids IA 51246 15.4 miles from Magnolia 712-472-8545

Osceola County Attorney 300 7th Street Sibley IA 51249 23.4 miles from Magnolia 712-754-4604

Nobles County District Attorney 1530 Airport Road Worthington MN 56187 24.1 miles from Magnolia 507-295-5298

Pipestone County District Attorney 416 South Hiawatha Avenue Pipestone MN 56164 27.2 miles from Magnolia 507-825-4266

Murray County District Attorney 2500 28th Street Slayton MN 56172 28.4 miles from Magnolia 507-836-6195

Minnehaha County District Attorney 415 North Dakota Avenue Sioux Falls SD 57104 33.4 miles from Magnolia 605-367-4226

O'Brien County District Attorney PO Box 309 Sheldon IA 51201 34.1 miles from Magnolia 712-324-4385

Lincoln County District Attorney 104 North Main Street Canton SD 57013 35.1 miles from Magnolia 605-764-5732

Moody County District Attorney PO Box 347 Flandreau SD 57028 38.2 miles from Magnolia 605-573-4529

Sioux County Attorney 210 Central Avenue South Orange IA 51041 44.2 miles from Magnolia 712-737-2457

Cottonwood County District Attorney 1044 3rd Avenue Windom MN 56101 50.3 miles from Magnolia 507-831-5040

Dickinson County District Attorney 1802 Hill Avenue Spirit Lake IA 51360 51.0 miles from Magnolia 712-336-4003

Jackson County District Attorney 405 4th Street Jackson MN 56143 54.3 miles from Magnolia 507-847-2850

Turner County District Attorney PO Box 700 Parker SD 57053 55.7 miles from Magnolia 605-297-3975

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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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