Colony District Attorney Records Search

See Colony KS 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.

Allen County District Attorney 1 North Washington Street Iola KS 66749 10.7 miles from Colony 620-365-1420

Anderson County Attorney 100 East 4th Avenue Garnett KS 66032 15.8 miles from Colony 785-448-5703

Coffey County District Attorney 110 South 6th Street Burlington KS 66839 22.3 miles from Colony 620-364-5111

Woodson County District Attorney 105 West Rutledge Street Yates Center KS 66783 24.1 miles from Colony 620-625-8615

Neosho County District Attorney PO Box 889 Chanute KS 66720 28.4 miles from Colony 620-431-5750

Linn County District Attorney PO Box 350 Mound KS 66056 29.7 miles from Colony 913-795-2239

Franklin County District Attorney PO Box 637 Ottawa KS 66067 36.8 miles from Colony 785-229-8970

Bourbon County Attorney 108 West 2nd Street Fort Scott KS 66701 39.1 miles from Colony 620-223-2910

Osage County District Attorney PO Box 549 Lyndon KS 66451 41.1 miles from Colony 785-828-4931

Miami County District Attorney 120 South Pearl Street Paola KS 66071 43.3 miles from Colony 913-294-3181

Wilson County District Attorney 615 Madison Street Fredonia KS 66736 45.1 miles from Colony 620-378-4115

Crawford County District Attorney PO Box 69 Girard KS 66743 48.1 miles from Colony 620-724-6780

Lyon County District Attorney 430 Commercial Street Emporia KS 66801 49.9 miles from Colony 620-342-4950

Labette County District Attorney 201 South Central Avenue Parsons KS 67357 51.0 miles from Colony 620-421-6370

Greenwood County District Attorney 311 North Main Street Eureka KS 67045 53.7 miles from Colony 620-583-8171

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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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