Valley Brook District Attorney Records Search

See Valley Brook OK 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.

Oklahoma County District Attorney 321 Robert S Kerr Avenue Oklahoma OK 73102 5.1 miles from Valley Brook 405-713-1600

Cleveland County District Attorney 201 South Jones Avenue Norman OK 73069 12.8 miles from Valley Brook 405-321-8268

Mcclain County District Attorney 121 North 2nd Avenue Purcell OK 73080 27.7 miles from Valley Brook 405-527-6574

Canadian County District Attorney 303 North Choctaw Avenue El Reno OK 73036 28.2 miles from Valley Brook 405-262-0177

Pottawatomie County District Attorney 331 North Broadway Avenue Shawnee OK 74801 31.8 miles from Valley Brook 405-275-6800

Logan County District Attorney 301 East Harrison Avenue Guthrie OK 73044 32.9 miles from Valley Brook 405-282-0655

Grady County District Attorney 217 North 3rd Street Chickasha OK 73018 35.2 miles from Valley Brook 405-224-4770

Lincoln County District Attorney 811 Manvel Avenue Chandler OK 74834 39.6 miles from Valley Brook 405-258-1674

Kingfisher County District Attorney 101 South Main Street Kingfisher OK 73750 40.5 miles from Valley Brook 405-375-3893

Garvin County District Attorney 201 West Grant Avenue Pauls Valley OK 73075 48.0 miles from Valley Brook 405-238-7368

Caddo County District Attorney 201 South West Oklahoma Avenue Anadarko OK 73005 48.7 miles from Valley Brook 405-247-3372

Payne County District Attorney 606 South Husband Street Stillwater OK 74074 54.6 miles from Valley Brook 405-372-4883

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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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