Southside Place District Attorney Records Search

See Southside Place TX 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.

Harris County District Attorney 1201 Franklin Street Houston TX 77002 6.0 miles from Southside Place 713-755-5800

Carson County District Attorney 800 East Wellington Street Houston TX 77076 10.7 miles from Southside Place 806-447-0055

Childress County District Attorney 800 East Wellington Street Houston TX 77076 10.7 miles from Southside Place 806-447-0055

Fort Bend County District Attorney 1422 Eugene Heimann Circle Richmond TX 77469 21.2 miles from Southside Place 281-341-4460

Brazoria County District Attorney 111 East Locust Street Angleton TX 77515 37.4 miles from Southside Place 979-864-1230

Montgomery County District Attorney 207 West Phillips Street Conroe TX 77301 41.8 miles from Southside Place 936-539-7800

Liberty County District Attorney 1923 Sam Houston Street Liberty TX 77575 45.3 miles from Southside Place 936-336-4610

Chambers County District Attorney PO Box 1409 Anahuac TX 77514 45.6 miles from Southside Place 409-267-2682

Galveston County District Attorney 600 59th Street Galveston TX 77551 46.2 miles from Southside Place 409-766-2355

Waller County District Attorney 846 6th Street Hempstead TX 77445 46.7 miles from Southside Place 979-826-7718

Wharton County District Attorney 210 South Rusk Street Wharton TX 77488 48.5 miles from Southside Place 979-532-8051

Austin County District Attorney 1 West Main Street Bellville TX 77418 52.0 miles from Southside Place 979-865-5933

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