New Waverly District Attorney Records Search

See New Waverly 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.

Walker County District Attorney 1036 11th Street Huntsville TX 77340 13.4 miles from New Waverly 936-435-2441

Montgomery County District Attorney 207 West Phillips Street Conroe TX 77301 15.8 miles from New Waverly 936-539-7800

San Jacinto District Attorney 1 Texas 150 Coldspring TX 77331 21.3 miles from New Waverly 936-653-4865

Grimes County District Attorneys 1022 Texas 90 Anderson TX 77830 30.3 miles from New Waverly 936-873-4484

Polk County District Attorney 101 West Mill Street Livingston TX 77351 34.7 miles from New Waverly 936-327-6868

Madison County Criminal Da 101 West Main Street Madisonville TX 77864 38.2 miles from New Waverly 936-348-7049

Trinity County District Attorney PO Box 400 Groveton TX 75845 41.5 miles from New Waverly 936-642-2401

Waller County District Attorney 846 6th Street Hempstead TX 77445 46.7 miles from New Waverly 979-826-7718

Carson County District Attorney 800 East Wellington Street Houston TX 77076 47.5 miles from New Waverly 806-447-0055

Childress County District Attorney 800 East Wellington Street Houston TX 77076 47.5 miles from New Waverly 806-447-0055

Liberty County District Attorney 1923 Sam Houston Street Liberty TX 77575 52.7 miles from New Waverly 936-336-4610

Brazos County District Attorney 300 East 26th Street Bryan TX 77803 53.6 miles from New Waverly 979-361-4320

Houston County District Attorney PO Box 1076 Crockett TX 75835 53.7 miles from New Waverly 936-544-3255

Harris County District Attorney 1201 Franklin Street Houston TX 77002 54.2 miles from New Waverly 713-755-5800

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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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