Red Oak District Attorneys

See Red Oak IA 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.


Montgomery County District Attorney PO Box 78 Red Oak IA 51566 712-623-3011


Page County Attorney 109 East Main Street Clarinda IA 51632 21.4 miles from Red Oak 712-542-2514

Adams County Attorney 500 9th Street Corning IA 50841 25.6 miles from Red Oak 641-322-4008

Mills County Attorney 418 Sharp Street Glenwood IA 51534 27.2 miles from Red Oak 712-527-5233

Fremont County District Attorney PO Box 476 Sidney IA 51652 28.7 miles from Red Oak 712-374-2751

Cass County District Attorney 5 West 7th Street Atlantic IA 50022 29.0 miles from Red Oak 712-243-4504

Cass County District Attorney 346 Main Street Plattsmouth NE 68048 34.3 miles from Red Oak 402-296-9346

Taylor County District Attorney 405 Jefferson Street Bedford IA 50833 35.6 miles from Red Oak 712-523-2260

Pottawattamie County District Attorney 227 South 6th Street Council Bluffs IA 51501 36.8 miles from Red Oak 712-328-5649

Otoe County District Attorney 115 North 10th Street Nebraska NE 68410 40.5 miles from Red Oak 402-873-9044

Sarpy County District Attorney 1210 Golden Gate Drive Papillion NE 68046 43.4 miles from Red Oak 402-593-2230

Burt County District Attorney 111 N 13th St Papillion NE 68046 43.8 miles from Red Oak 402-374-2910

Atchison County Prosecuting 400 South Washington Street Rock Port MO 64482 44.4 miles from Red Oak 660-744-5440

Adair County District Attorney 205 East Iowa Street Greenfield IA 50849 44.6 miles from Red Oak 641-743-6390

Shelby County District Attorney 1006 8th Street Harlan IA 51537 44.8 miles from Red Oak 712-733-1122

Union County District Attorney 300 North Pine Street Creston IA 50801 45.1 miles from Red Oak 641-782-1730

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.