Mullinville District Attorney Records Search

See Mullinville 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.


Kiowa County Attorney 211 East Florida Avenue Greensburg KS 67054 10.2 miles from Mullinville 620-723-2721


Edwards County District Attorney PO Box 232 Kinsley KS 67547 23.3 miles from Mullinville 620-659-3002

Comanche County District Attorney PO Box 722 Coldwater KS 67029 23.7 miles from Mullinville 620-582-2315

Ford County District Attorney PO Box 197 Dodge KS 67801 32.0 miles from Mullinville 620-227-4510

Clark County District Attorney PO Box 790 Ashland KS 67831 32.1 miles from Mullinville 620-635-2131

Hodgeman County District Attorney PO Box 187 Jetmore KS 67854 35.1 miles from Mullinville 620-285-7446

Pratt County Attorney 300 South Ninnescah Street Pratt KS 67124 40.6 miles from Mullinville 620-672-7271

Pawnee County Attorney 715 Broadway Street Larned KS 67550 45.8 miles from Mullinville 620-285-2139

Stafford County District Attorney PO Box 365 St. John KS 67576 48.3 miles from Mullinville 620-549-3296

Geary County District Attorney PO Box 487 Cimarron KS 67835 49.9 miles from Mullinville

Gray County District Attorney PO Box 487 Cimarron KS 67835 49.9 miles from Mullinville 620-855-3645

Meade County District Attorney PO Box 623 Meade KS 67864 52.1 miles from Mullinville 620-873-8755

District Attorney Buffalo 311 Southeast 1st Street Buffalo OK 73834 52.9 miles from Mullinville 580-735-2212

Barber County District Attorney 118 East Washington Avenue Medicine Lodge KS 67104 53.6 miles from Mullinville 620-886-5646

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