Aurora District Attorney Records Search

See Aurora NE 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.


Hamilton County District Attorney PO Box 167 Aurora NE 68818 402-694-6907


Merrick County District Attorney PO Box 27 Central NE 68826 17.2 miles from Aurora 308-946-3861

Hall County Attorney 231 South Locust Street Grand Island NE 68801 17.8 miles from Aurora 308-385-5150

York County District Attorney 510 South Lincoln Avenue York NE 68467 21.6 miles from Aurora 402-362-5583

Clay County Attorney 111 South Brown Avenue Clay Center NE 68933 23.8 miles from Aurora 402-762-3461

Adams County District Attorney PO Box 71 Hastings NE 68902 27.4 miles from Aurora 402-461-7240

Fillmore County District Attorney PO Box 15 Geneva NE 68361 31.5 miles from Aurora 402-759-3136

Polk County District Attorney PO Box 367 Osceola NE 68651 32.2 miles from Aurora 402-747-2060

Howard County District Attorney 612 Indian Street St. Paul NE 68873 33.7 miles from Aurora 308-754-4075

Nance County District Attorney PO Box 80 Fullerton NE 68638 34.7 miles from Aurora 308-536-3306

Nuckolls County District Attorney PO Box 404 Nelson NE 68961 45.9 miles from Aurora 402-225-3311

Seward County District Attorney 529 Seward Street Seward NE 68434 47.5 miles from Aurora 402-643-2795

Platte County District Attorney 2610 14th Street Columbus NE 68601 51.6 miles from Aurora 402-563-4903

Thayer County District Attorney PO Box 28 Hebron NE 68370 52.9 miles from Aurora 402-768-6115

Butler County Attorney 451 North 5th Street David NE 68632 53.1 miles from Aurora 402-367-7470

Greeley County District Attorney PO Box 328 Greeley NE 68842 54.6 miles from Aurora 308-428-5020

Kearney County District Attorney 424 North Colorado Avenue Minden NE 68959 55.4 miles from Aurora 308-832-0797

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.