Raeville District Attorney Records Search

See Raeville NE 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.


Boone County District Attorney 222 South 4th Street Albion NE 68620 14.4 miles from Raeville 402-395-6603


Wheeler County District Attorney PO Box 164 Neligh NE 68756 16.2 miles from Raeville 402-887-5022

Antelope County District Attorney 501 M Street Neligh NE 68756 16.2 miles from Raeville 402-887-5151

Madison County District Attorney PO Box 269 Madison NE 68748 31.1 miles from Raeville 402-454-3311

Pierce County District Attorney PO Box 203 Pierce NE 68767 34.2 miles from Raeville 402-329-6767

Greeley County District Attorney PO Box 328 Greeley NE 68842 34.4 miles from Raeville 308-428-5020

Nance County District Attorney PO Box 80 Fullerton NE 68638 36.9 miles from Raeville 308-536-3306

Stanton County District Attorney PO Box 995 Stanton NE 68779 43.4 miles from Raeville 402-439-5200

Platte County District Attorney 2610 14th Street Columbus NE 68601 48.1 miles from Raeville 402-563-4903

Valley County District Attorney 125 South 15th Street Ord NE 68862 49.4 miles from Raeville 308-728-3421

Holt County District Attorney PO Box 511 O'Neill NE 68763 49.5 miles from Raeville 402-336-2678

Knox County District Attorney PO Box 41 Center NE 68724 50.1 miles from Raeville 402-288-5603

Howard County District Attorney 612 Indian Street St. Paul NE 68873 51.5 miles from Raeville 308-754-4075

Merrick County District Attorney PO Box 27 Central NE 68826 54.1 miles from Raeville 308-946-3861

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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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