Morrowville District Attorney Records Search

See Morrowville KS 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.

Washington County District Attorney 214 C Street Washington KS 66968 6.7 miles from Morrowville 785-325-2149

Jefferson County District Attorney 411 4th Street Fairbury NE 68352 20.1 miles from Morrowville 402-729-6813

Republic County District Attorney PO Box 8 Belleville KS 66935 24.5 miles from Morrowville 785-527-7233

Marshall County District Attorney PO Box 149 Marysville KS 66508 28.4 miles from Morrowville 785-562-3491

Thayer County District Attorney PO Box 28 Hebron NE 68370 31.3 miles from Morrowville 402-768-6115

Cloud County District Attorney 811 Washington Street Concordia KS 66901 32.2 miles from Morrowville 785-243-8175

Clay County District Attorney 712 5th Street Clay Center KS 67432 32.5 miles from Morrowville 785-632-3226

Gage County District Attorney 612 Grant Street Beatrice NE 68310 37.1 miles from Morrowville 402-223-1344

Saline County Attorney 310 West 3rd Street Wilber NE 68465 45.3 miles from Morrowville 402-821-2531

Pottawatomie County District Attorney PO Box 129 Westmoreland KS 66549 51.0 miles from Morrowville 785-457-3511

Fillmore County District Attorney PO Box 15 Geneva NE 68361 52.4 miles from Morrowville 402-759-3136

Nuckolls County District Attorney PO Box 404 Nelson NE 68961 53.4 miles from Morrowville 402-225-3311

Jewell County District Attorney 307 North Commercial Street Mankato KS 66956 55.2 miles from Morrowville 785-378-4010

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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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