Mineral Wells District Attorney Records Search

See Mineral Wells 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.

Palo Pinto County District Attorney PO Box 340 Palo Pinto TX 76484 13.4 miles from Mineral Wells 940-659-1251

Parker County District Attorney 117 Fort Worth Highway Weatherford TX 76086 17.0 miles from Mineral Wells 817-598-6124

Hood County District Attorney 1200 West Pearl Street Granbury TX 76048 30.8 miles from Mineral Wells 817-579-3245

Young County District Attorney 516 4th Street Graham TX 76450 35.5 miles from Mineral Wells 940-549-4132

Jack County District Attorney 100 West Main Street Decatur TX 76234 40.2 miles from Mineral Wells 940-567-6261

Wise County District Attorney 101 North Trinity Street Decatur TX 76234 40.3 miles from Mineral Wells 940-627-5257

Erath County District Attorney 112 West College Street Stephenville TX 76401 42.3 miles from Mineral Wells 254-965-1462

Tarrant County District Attorney 401 East Belknap Street Fort Worth TX 76102 43.7 miles from Mineral Wells 817-884-1620

Stephens County District Attorney 200 West Walker Street Breckenridge TX 76424 48.2 miles from Mineral Wells 254-559-6712

Eastland County District Attorney PO Box 547 Eastland TX 76448 51.9 miles from Mineral Wells 254-629-2659

Johnson County District Attorney 204 South Buffalo Street Cleburne TX 76033 52.0 miles from Mineral Wells 817-556-6802

Somervell County District Attorney 204 South Buffalo Street Cleburne TX 76033 52.0 miles from Mineral Wells 817-556-6802

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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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