Bonnetsville District Attorney Records Search

See Bonnetsville NC 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.

Sampson County District Attorney 201 East Main Street Clinton NC 28328 4.5 miles from Bonnetsville 910-596-6610

Duplin County District Attorney PO Box 719 Kenansville NC 28349 24.9 miles from Bonnetsville 910-275-7010

Cumberland County District Attorney 117 Dick Street Fayetteville NC 28301 27.0 miles from Bonnetsville 910-475-3010

Bladen County District Attorney PO Box 1388 Elizabethtown NC 28337 28.9 miles from Bonnetsville 910-872-7300

Wayne County District Attorney 224 East Walnut Street Goldsboro NC 27530 34.7 miles from Bonnetsville 919-722-6200

Harnett County District Attorney 301 West Cornelius Harnett Boulevard Lillington NC 27546 36.7 miles from Bonnetsville 910-814-4500

Robeson County District Attorney 500 North Elm Street Lumberton NC 28358 43.5 miles from Bonnetsville 910-272-5910

Hoke County District Attorney PO Box 668 Raeford NC 28376 46.9 miles from Bonnetsville 910-878-4141

Columbus County District Attorney 110 Courthouse Square Whiteville NC 28472 49.2 miles from Bonnetsville 910-641-4410

District Attorney 130 South Queen Street Kinston NC 28501 49.6 miles from Bonnetsville 252-520-5400

Greene County District Attorney 229 Kingold Boulevard Snow Hill NC 28580 50.9 miles from Bonnetsville

Lee County Criminal 1400 South Horner Boulevard Sanford NC 27330 53.5 miles from Bonnetsville 919-718-6310

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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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