Rural Hall District Attorney

See Rural Hall NC 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.


Forsyth County District Attorney 200 North Main Street Winston-Salem NC 27101 9.3 miles from Rural Hall 336-779-6310


Stokes County District Attorney PO Box 179 Danbury NC 27016 13.9 miles from Rural Hall 336-593-4450

Surry County District Attorney PO Box 1063 Dobson NC 27017 26.6 miles from Rural Hall 336-386-3710

Patrick County Commonwealth's Attorney PO Box 268 Stuart VA 24171 28.8 miles from Rural Hall 276-694-3945

Davidson County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 29.3 miles from Rural Hall 336-242-6710

Davie County District Attorney PO Box 1854 Lexington NC 27293 29.3 miles from Rural Hall 336-242-6710

Guilford County District Attorney 201 South Eugene Street Greensboro NC 27401 30.0 miles from Rural Hall 336-412-7600

Rockingham County District Attorney PO Box 35 Wentworth NC 27375 32.4 miles from Rural Hall 336-634-6010

Rowan County District Attorney 232 North Main Street Salisbury NC 28144 39.5 miles from Rural Hall 704-797-3010

Martinsville County Commonwealth's Attorney PO Box 1311 Martinsville VA 24114 39.8 miles from Rural Hall 276-403-5470

Henry County Commonwealth's Attorney 3160 Kings Mountain Road Martinsville VA 24112 42.3 miles from Rural Hall 276-634-4500

Alexander County District Attorney 201 East Water Street Statesville NC 28677 44.7 miles from Rural Hall 828-632-8105

Iredell County District Attorney 201 East Water Street Statesville NC 28677 44.7 miles from Rural Hall 704-832-6610

Carroll County Commonwealth's Attorney 605 Pine Street Hillsville VA 24343 44.7 miles from Rural Hall 276-730-3090

Randolph County District Attorney 176 East Salisbury Street Asheboro NC 27203 44.9 miles from Rural Hall 336-328-3010

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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