Pawhuska District Attorney Records Search

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Osage County District Attorney 628 Kihekah Avenue Pawhuska OK 74056 918-287-1510


Washington County District Attorney 400 South Johnstone Avenue Bartlesville OK 74003 20.4 miles from Pawhuska 918-337-2860

Chautauqua County District Attorney 215 North Chautauqua Street Sedan KS 67361 32.7 miles from Pawhuska 620-725-5876

Pawnee County District Attorney 500 Harrison Street Pawnee OK 74058 34.7 miles from Pawhuska 918-762-2555

Nowata County District Attorney 229 North Maple Street Nowata OK 74048 38.5 miles from Pawhuska 918-273-3167

Tulsa County District Attorney 500 South Denver Avenue Tulsa OK 74103 40.5 miles from Pawhuska 918-596-4805

Kay County District Attorney 201 South Main Street Newkirk OK 74647 42.6 miles from Pawhuska 580-362-2571

Rogers County District Attorney 200 South Lynn Riggs Boulevard Claremore OK 74017 46.8 miles from Pawhuska 918-923-4960

Creek County District Attorney 222 East Dewey Avenue Sapulpa OK 74066 47.9 miles from Pawhuska 918-224-3921

Cowley County District Attorney PO Box 1152 Arkansas KS 67005 48.0 miles from Pawhuska 620-221-5420

Montgomery County District Attorney 300 East Main Street Independence KS 67301 51.7 miles from Pawhuska 620-331-1020

Elk County District Attorney PO Box 306 Howard KS 67349 55.4 miles from Pawhuska 620-374-3507

Payne County District Attorney 606 South Husband Street Stillwater OK 74074 55.8 miles from Pawhuska 405-372-4883

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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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