50076 District Attorney Records Search

See 50076 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.

Audubon County District Attorney 405 Tracy Street Audubon IA 50025 10.0 miles from 50076 712-563-2677

Cass County District Attorney 5 West 7th Street Atlantic IA 50022 15.8 miles from 50076 712-243-4504

Guthrie County District Attorney 200 North 5th Street Guthrie Center IA 50115 18.6 miles from 50076 641-747-3765

Shelby County District Attorney 1006 8th Street Harlan IA 51537 25.1 miles from 50076 712-733-1122

Adair County District Attorney 205 East Iowa Street Greenfield IA 50849 28.0 miles from 50076 641-743-6390

Carroll County Attorney 225 East 7th Street Carroll IA 51401 32.8 miles from 50076 712-792-8013

Greene County District Attorney 114 North Chestnut Street Jefferson IA 50129 37.9 miles from 50076 515-386-3474

Crawford County District Attorney 1202 Broadway Denison IA 51442 39.6 miles from 50076 712-263-5601

Adams County Attorney 500 9th Street Corning IA 50841 41.9 miles from 50076 641-322-4008

Dallas County District Attorney 207 North 9th Street Adel IA 50003 42.6 miles from 50076 515-993-5060

Douglas County District Attorney 100 Y Street Dunlap IA 51529 43.3 miles from 50076 402-444-7040

Union County District Attorney 300 North Pine Street Creston IA 50801 44.4 miles from 50076 641-782-1730

Montgomery County District Attorney PO Box 78 Red Oak IA 51566 44.6 miles from 50076 712-623-3011

Madison County District Attorney PO Box 152 Winterset IA 50273 45.8 miles from 50076 515-462-5034

Harrison County District Attorney 400 East Erie Street Missouri Valley IA 51555 54.2 miles from 50076 712-642-2775

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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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