Blue Mounds District Attorney Records Search

See Blue Mounds WI 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.

Iowa County District Attorney 222 North Iowa Street Dodgeville WI 53533 15.8 miles from Blue Mounds 608-935-7928

Lafayette County District Attorney 626 Main Street Darlington WI 53530 27.5 miles from Blue Mounds 608-776-4808

Green County District Attorney 2841 6th Street Monroe WI 53566 30.2 miles from Blue Mounds 608-328-9546

Sawyer County District Attorney 515 Oak Street Baraboo WI 53913 31.6 miles from Blue Mounds 608-355-3282

Richland County District Attorney 181 West Seminary Street Richland Center WI 53581 35.7 miles from Blue Mounds 608-647-4204

Columbia County District Attorney 400 De Witt Street Portage WI 53901 40.6 miles from Blue Mounds 608-742-9606

Grant County District Attorney 130 West Maple Street Lancaster WI 53813 46.2 miles from Blue Mounds 608-723-4382

Rock County District Attorney 51 South Main Street Janesville WI 53545 47.0 miles from Blue Mounds 608-757-5725

Stephenson County State Attorney 15 North Galena Avenue Freeport IL 61032 50.8 miles from Blue Mounds 815-235-8279

Jo Daviess County State Attorney 330 North Bench Street Galena IL 61036 51.4 miles from Blue Mounds 815-777-0109

Jefferson County District Attorney 311 South Center Avenue Jefferson WI 53549 51.6 miles from Blue Mounds 920-674-7127

Juneau County District Attorney 200 Oak Street Mauston WI 53948 55.2 miles from Blue Mounds 608-847-9320

Dubuque County District Attorney 720 Central Avenue Dubuque IA 52001 55.5 miles from Blue Mounds 563-589-4470

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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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