Shafer District Attorney

See Shafer MN 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.


Chisago County District Attorney 313 North Main Street Center MN 55012 3.5 miles from Shafer 651-213-8400


Polk County District Attorney 1005 West Main Street Balsam Lake WI 54810 15.1 miles from Shafer 715-485-9153

Washington County District Attorney 15015 62nd Street North Stillwater MN 55082 24.3 miles from Shafer 651-430-6115

Isanti County District Attorney 555 18th Avenue Southwest Cambridge MN 55008 25.9 miles from Shafer 763-689-2253

Sauk County District Attorney 1101 Carmichael Road Hudson WI 54016 28.1 miles from Shafer 715-381-4397

County Attorney Civil Division 2100 3rd Avenue Anoka MN 55303 33.5 miles from Shafer 763-323-5550

Pine County District Attorney 635 Northridge Court Northwest Pine MN 55063 33.5 miles from Shafer 320-591-1560

Ramsey County District Attorney 15 West Kellogg Boulevard St. Paul MN 55102 34.9 miles from Shafer 651-266-3222

Burnett County District Attorney 7410 County Road K Siren WI 54872 35.4 miles from Shafer 715-349-2165

Hennepin County District Attorney 300 South 6th Street Minneapolis MN 55487 37.9 miles from Shafer 612-348-5550

Eureka County District Attorney 13880 Business Center Drive Northwest Elk River MN 55330 42.6 miles from Shafer 763-765-4725

Sherburne County Attorney 13880 Business Center Drive Northwest Elk River MN 55330 42.6 miles from Shafer 763-765-4725

Kanabec County District Attorney 18 North Vine Street Mora MN 55051 42.7 miles from Shafer 320-679-6425

Barron County District Attorney 1420 Wisconsin 25 Barron WI 54812 43.8 miles from Shafer 715-537-6155

Dakota County Community Correction 1560 Highway 55 Hastings MN 55033 45.2 miles from Shafer 651-438-4438

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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