Mount Mourne District Attorney

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Cabarrus County District Attorney PO Box 70 Concord NC 28026 15.8 miles from Mount Mourne 704-262-5510


Alexander County District Attorney 201 East Water Street Statesville NC 28677 17.0 miles from Mount Mourne 828-632-8105

Iredell County District Attorney 201 East Water Street Statesville NC 28677 17.0 miles from Mount Mourne 704-832-6610

Mecklenburg County District Attorney 700 East Trade Street Charlotte NC 28202 22.2 miles from Mount Mourne 704-686-0700

Lincoln County District Attorney PO Box 874 Lincolnton NC 28093 22.5 miles from Mount Mourne 704-742-7810

Rowan County District Attorney 232 North Main Street Salisbury NC 28144 23.0 miles from Mount Mourne 704-797-3010

Catawba County District Attorney PO Box 566 Newton NC 28658 23.1 miles from Mount Mourne 828-695-6110

District Attorney 325 South Marietta Street Gastonia NC 28052 27.2 miles from Mount Mourne 704-852-3113

Davidson County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 37.1 miles from Mount Mourne 336-242-6710

Davie County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 37.1 miles from Mount Mourne 336-242-6710

District Attorney 201 South 2nd Street Albemarle NC 28001 38.9 miles from Mount Mourne 704-986-7010

Union County District Attorney PO Box 1065 Monroe NC 28111 40.7 miles from Mount Mourne 704-698-3110

Catawba County District Attorney 100 Justice Place Shelby NC 28150 42.5 miles from Mount Mourne 828-695-6110

York County Solicitor 1675 York Highway York SC 29745 43.4 miles from Mount Mourne

Wilkes County District Attorney 500 Courthouse Drive Wilkesboro NC 28697 44.7 miles from Mount Mourne 336-651-4410

Caldwell County District Attorney PO Box 718 Lenoir NC 28645 45.6 miles from Mount Mourne 828-759-3510

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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