New Effington District Attorney Records Search

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Roberts County District Attorney 414 3rd Avenue East Sisseton SD 57262 14.8 miles from New Effington 605-698-7071


Storey County District Attorney PO Box 867 Wheaton MN 56296 20.4 miles from New Effington 320-422-7795

Traverse County District Attorney PO Box 87 Wheaton MN 56296 20.4 miles from New Effington 320-422-7795

State's Attorney 413 3rd Avenue North Wahpeton ND 58075 31.9 miles from New Effington 701-642-7766

Wilkin County District Attorney 420 Nebraska Avenue Breckenridge MN 56520 32.2 miles from New Effington 218-643-8950

Sargent County State Attorney PO Box 125 Forman ND 58032 38.6 miles from New Effington 701-724-3888

Marshall County District Attorney PO Box 107 Britton SD 57430 40.6 miles from New Effington 605-448-2775

Big Stone County District Attorney 233 2nd Street Northwest Ortonville MN 56278 44.3 miles from New Effington 320-839-6197

Grant County District Attorney 18 Division Street Elbow Lake MN 56531 46.0 miles from New Effington 218-685-5353

Grant County District Attorney 210 East 5th Avenue Milbank SD 57252 46.2 miles from New Effington 605-432-7500

Day County District Attorney 506 Main Street Webster SD 57274 46.7 miles from New Effington 605-345-4624

Otter Tail County District Attorney 121 West Junius Avenue Fergus Falls MN 56537 49.8 miles from New Effington 218-998-8400

Mineral County District Attorney 400 Colorado Avenue Morris MN 56267 51.9 miles from New Effington 320-208-6590

Stevens County District Attorney 400 Colorado Avenue Morris MN 56267 51.9 miles from New Effington 320-208-6590

Ransom County State Attorney PO Box 391 Lisbon ND 58054 54.4 miles from New Effington 701-683-4123

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