Port Byron District Attorney

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Scott County District Attorney 400 West 4th Street Davenport IA 52801 14.5 miles from Port Byron 563-326-8600


Rock Island County State Attorney 210 15th Street Rock Island IL 61201 15.0 miles from Port Byron 309-558-3250

Clinton County Attorney 612 North 2nd Street Clinton IA 52732 17.7 miles from Port Byron 563-243-6218

Henry County State Attorney 307 West Center Street Cambridge IL 61238 22.7 miles from Port Byron 309-937-3578

Whiteside County State Attorney 200 East Knox Street Morrison IL 61270 23.0 miles from Port Byron 815-772-5194

Jackson County District Attorney 201 W Platt St Maquoketa IA 52060 35.2 miles from Port Byron 563-652-3214

Mercer County State Attorney 100 Southeast 3rd Street Aledo IL 61231 36.2 miles from Port Byron 309-582-5381

Carroll County State Attorney 301 North Main Street Mount Carroll IL 61053 38.0 miles from Port Byron 815-244-0290

Muscatine County District Attorney 420 East 3rd Street Muscatine IA 52761 39.3 miles from Port Byron 563-263-0382

Cedar County District Attorney 400 Cedar Street Tipton IA 52772 42.6 miles from Port Byron 563-886-6646

Stark County State Attorney 130 West Main Street Toulon IL 61483 43.3 miles from Port Byron 309-286-3221

Lee County State Attorney 309 South Galena Avenue Dixon IL 61021 46.3 miles from Port Byron 815-284-5245

Knox County State Attorney 200 South Cherry Street Galesburg IL 61401 46.5 miles from Port Byron 309-345-3880

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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