Shelburn District Attorney

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Sullivan County Prosecutor 100 Court House Square Sullivan IN 47882 5.8 miles from Shelburn 812-268-6008


Vigo County Prosecuting Attorney 33 South 3rd Street Terre Haute IN 47807 19.8 miles from Shelburn 812-462-3305

Clark County State Attorney 501 Archer Avenue Marshall IL 62441 21.7 miles from Shelburn 217-826-6142

Crawford County State Attorney 105 Douglas Street Robinson IL 62454 21.9 miles from Shelburn 618-546-1505

Greene County Prosecuting Attorney 1 West Main Street Bloomfield IN 47424 26.7 miles from Shelburn 812-384-4998

Clay County Prosecuting Attorney 609 East National Avenue Brazil IN 47834 28.1 miles from Shelburn 304-587-2702

Edgar County State Attorney 115 West Court Street Paris IL 61944 33.9 miles from Shelburn 217-466-7433

Owen County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 150 Spencer IN 47460 34.2 miles from Shelburn 812-829-5005

Lawrence County State Attorney 1100 State Street Lawrenceville IL 62439 34.6 miles from Shelburn 618-943-3117

Knox County Prosecuting Attorney 102 North 7th Street Vincennes IN 47591 35.4 miles from Shelburn 812-885-2531

Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney 200 East Walnut Street Washington IN 47501 37.9 miles from Shelburn 812-254-8673

Parke County Prosecuting Attorney 205 West High Street Rockville IN 47872 41.2 miles from Shelburn 765-569-3111

Putnam County Prosecuting Attorney 1 Courthouse Square Greencastle IN 46135 42.9 miles from Shelburn 765-653-2724

Jasper County State Attorney 123 South Jackson Street Newton IL 62448 43.1 miles from Shelburn 618-783-3115

Cumberland County State Attorney PO Box 387 Toledo IL 62468 45.7 miles from Shelburn 217-849-2311

Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney 301 North College Avenue Bloomington IN 47404 46.2 miles from Shelburn 812-349-2670

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