Princeton District Attorney

See Princeton KY 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.


Lyon County District Attorney PO Box 100 Eddyville KY 42038 10.7 miles from Princeton 270-388-7301


Trigg County District Attorney PO Box 1435 Cadiz KY 42211 17.2 miles from Princeton 270-522-1900

Crittenden County District Attorney PO Box 415 Marion KY 42064 18.9 miles from Princeton 270-965-2222

Hopkins County District Attorney 25 East Center Street Madisonville KY 42431 26.2 miles from Princeton 270-821-0087

Christian County District Attorney 209 East 14th Street Hopkinsville KY 42240 27.6 miles from Princeton 270-887-4114

Livingston County District Attorney PO Box 97 Smithland KY 42081 28.7 miles from Princeton 270-928-2880

Webster County District Attorney PO Box 308 Dixon KY 42409 30.1 miles from Princeton 270-639-7010

Marshall County District Attorney 80 Judicial Dr Unit 130 Benton KY 42025 31.5 miles from Princeton 270-527-4730

Hardin County State Attorney PO Box 326 Elizabethtown IL 62931 33.1 miles from Princeton 618-287-3691

Pope County State Attorney PO Box 689 Golconda IL 62938 37.5 miles from Princeton 618-683-2221

Mccracken County District Attorney 301 South 6th Street Paducah KY 42003 39.4 miles from Princeton 270-444-4709

Muhlenberg County Attorney 109 East Main Cross Street Greenville KY 42345 39.5 miles from Princeton 270-338-1322

Union County District Attorney PO Box 28 Morganfield KY 42437 40.2 miles from Princeton 270-389-0591

Calloway County Attorney 304 North 5th Street Murray KY 42071 41.2 miles from Princeton 270-753-3312

Todd County District Attorney PO Box 746 Elkton KY 42220 44.7 miles from Princeton 270-265-2912

Gallatin County State Attorney PO Box 815 Shawneetown IL 62984 45.3 miles from Princeton 618-269-3331

Mclean County District Attorney PO Box 262 Calhoun KY 42327 45.6 miles from Princeton 270-273-3528

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.