McDonald District Attorney Records Search

See McDonald NC 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.

Robeson County District Attorney 500 North Elm Street Lumberton NC 28358 10.6 miles from McDonald 910-272-5910

Dillon County Solicitor 401 West Main Street Dillon SC 29536 14.7 miles from McDonald 843-774-1448

Scotland County District Attorney PO Box 769 Laurinburg NC 28353 22.4 miles from McDonald 910-266-4500

Marion County Solicitor 100 East Court Street Marion SC 29571 28.9 miles from McDonald 843-431-5040

Marlboro County Solicitor PO Box 616 Bennettsville SC 29512 29.4 miles from McDonald 843-479-6516

Hoke County District Attorney PO Box 668 Raeford NC 28376 29.6 miles from McDonald 910-878-4141

Columbus County District Attorney 110 Courthouse Square Whiteville NC 28472 30.8 miles from McDonald 910-641-4410

Bladen County District Attorney PO Box 1388 Elizabethtown NC 28337 32.6 miles from McDonald 910-872-7300

Cumberland County District Attorney 117 Dick Street Fayetteville NC 28301 38.3 miles from McDonald 910-475-3010

Florence County Solicitor 180 North Irby Street Florence SC 29501 41.7 miles from McDonald 843-665-3091

Richmond County District Attorney PO Box 1925 Rockingham NC 28380 42.5 miles from McDonald 910-419-7500

Darlington County Solicitor 1 Public Square Darlington SC 29532 43.2 miles from McDonald 843-398-4300

Horry County Attorney 1301 2nd Avenue Conway SC 29526 50.4 miles from McDonald 843-915-5270

Chesterfield County Solicitor 137 Main Street Chesterfield SC 29709 53.3 miles from McDonald 843-623-3265

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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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