Bradley Junction District Attorney Records Search

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Polk County State Attorney 255 North Broadway Avenue Bartow FL 33830 10.8 miles from Bradley Junction 863-534-4800

Hardee County State Attorney 124 South 9th Avenue Wauchula FL 33873 19.9 miles from Bradley Junction 863-773-6613

Hillsborough County State Attorney 419 North Pierce Street Tampa FL 33602 31.0 miles from Bradley Junction 813-272-5400

Highlands County State Attorney 411 South Eucalyptus Street Sebring FL 33870 39.2 miles from Bradley Junction 863-402-6549

DeSoto County State Attorney 115 East Oak Street Arcadia FL 34266 40.7 miles from Bradley Junction 863-993-4881

Manatee County State Attorney PO Box 1000 Bradenton FL 34206 42.1 miles from Bradley Junction 941-748-4501

Pinellas County State Attorney 14250 49th Street North Clearwater FL 33762 44.9 miles from Bradley Junction 727-464-6221

Sarasota County State Attorney 2071 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota FL 34237 46.3 miles from Bradley Junction 941-861-4400

Osceola County State Attorney 2 Courthouse Square Kissimmee FL 34741 48.7 miles from Bradley Junction 407-742-5200

Pasco County State Attorney 7530 Little Road New Port Richey FL 34654 53.5 miles from Bradley Junction 727-847-8158

Charlotte County State Attorney 18500 Murdock Circle Port Charlotte FL 33948 55.2 miles from Bradley Junction 941-743-1330

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