Abita Springs District Attorney Records Search

See Abita Springs LA 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.

St. Tammany Parish District Attorney 701 North Columbia Street Covington LA 70433 4.0 miles from Abita Springs 985-809-8383

Washington Parish District Attorney 905 Pearl Street Franklinton LA 70438 26.4 miles from Abita Springs 985-839-6711

Tangipahoa Parish District Atty 110 North Bay Street Amite City LA 70422 33.1 miles from Abita Springs 985-748-3234

Orleans Parish District Attorney 619 South White Street New Orleans LA 70119 35.7 miles from Abita Springs 504-822-2414

St. Bernard Parish District Attorney PO Box 94 Chalmette LA 70044 37.0 miles from Abita Springs 504-271-1658

Jefferson Parish District Attorney 200 Derbigny Street Gretna LA 70053 38.8 miles from Abita Springs 504-368-1020

St. John The Baptist Parish District Attorney 1710 Cannes Drive Laplace LA 70068 39.3 miles from Abita Springs 985-652-9757

St Charles District Attorney 15045 River Road Hahnville LA 70057 42.0 miles from Abita Springs 985-783-6263

Plaquemines Parish District Attorney 301 Main Street Belle Chasse LA 70037 42.9 miles from Abita Springs 504-297-5146

Livingston Parish District Attorney 20140 Iowa Street Livingston LA 70754 43.0 miles from Abita Springs 225-686-3070

St. Helena Parish District Attorney 369 Sitman Greensburg LA 70441 45.0 miles from Abita Springs 225-222-6492

District Attorney 284 East Bay Street Magnolia MS 39652 52.6 miles from Abita Springs 601-783-6677

Pike County District Attorney 500 Courthouse Sq Columbia MS 39429 55.2 miles from Abita Springs 601-731-1476

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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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