Provo District Attorneys

See Provo 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.


Butler County District Attorney PO Box 203 Morgantown KY 42261 7.1 miles from Provo 270-526-3316


Ohio County District Attorney PO Box 94 Hartford KY 42347 15.6 miles from Provo 270-298-3335

Muhlenberg County Attorney 109 East Main Cross Street Greenville KY 42345 19.4 miles from Provo 270-338-1322

Warren County District Attorney 1001 Center Street Bowling Green KY 42101 26.8 miles from Provo 270-782-2760

Logan County Attorney 152 Blakey Street Russellville KY 42276 27.0 miles from Provo 270-726-8999

Edmonson County District Attorney PO Box 395 Brownsville KY 42210 31.1 miles from Provo 270-597-9609

Mclean County District Attorney PO Box 262 Calhoun KY 42327 31.8 miles from Provo 270-273-3528

Todd County District Attorney PO Box 746 Elkton KY 42220 34.2 miles from Provo 270-265-2912

Grayson County District Attorney PO Box 349 Leitchfield KY 42755 34.6 miles from Provo 270-259-9306

Greenup County District Attorney PO Box 4100 Leitchfield KY 42755 34.6 miles from Provo 270-259-9306

Hopkins County District Attorney 25 East Center Street Madisonville KY 42431 37.4 miles from Provo 270-821-0087

Simpson County District Attorney 303 North College Street Franklin KY 42134 37.8 miles from Provo 270-586-3830

Daviess County District Attorney PO Box 158 Owensboro KY 42302 39.5 miles from Provo 270-685-8429

Breckinridge County District Attorney PO Box 232 Hardinsburg KY 40143 42.6 miles from Provo 270-756-2791

Christian County District Attorney 209 East 14th Street Hopkinsville KY 42240 44.5 miles from Provo 270-887-4114

Hancock County District Attorney PO Box 356 Hawesville KY 42348 45.7 miles from Provo 270-927-8779

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.