Williamsburg District Attorney Records Search

See Williamsburg MI 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.

Kalkaska County Prosecuting Attorney 605 North Birch Street Kalkaska MI 49646 11.0 miles from Williamsburg 231-258-3325

Grand Traverse County Prosecuting Attorney 324 Court Street Southeast Kalkaska MI 49646 11.7 miles from Williamsburg 231-922-4600

Antrim County Prosecuting Atty 205 East Cayuga Street Bellaire MI 49615 16.9 miles from Williamsburg 231-533-6860

Leelanau County Prosecuting Atty 8527 East Government Center Drive Suttons Bay MI 49682 20.7 miles from Williamsburg 231-256-9872

Missaukee County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 363 Lake MI 49651 32.1 miles from Williamsburg 231-839-3111

Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney 200 Michigan Avenue Grayling MI 49738 34.7 miles from Williamsburg 989-348-2844

Benzie County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 377 Beulah MI 49617 35.4 miles from Williamsburg 231-882-0043

Wexford County Prosecuting Attorney 437 East Division Street Cadillac MI 49601 36.0 miles from Williamsburg 231-779-9505

Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney 301 State Street Charlevoix MI 49720 38.1 miles from Williamsburg 231-547-7207

Otsego County Prosecuting Attorney 800 Livingston Boulevard Gaylord MI 49735 40.6 miles from Williamsburg 989-731-7430

Roscommon Prosecuting Atty 500 Lake Street Roscommon MI 48653 44.2 miles from Williamsburg 989-275-5233

Emmet County Prosecuting Attorney 200 Division Street Petoskey MI 49770 47.0 miles from Williamsburg 231-348-1725

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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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