57353 District Attorney Records Search

See 57353 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.

Hamlin County District Attorney PO Box 29 De Smet SD 57231 14.6 miles from 57353 605-854-3378

Kingsbury County District Attorney PO Box 35 De Smet SD 57231 14.6 miles from 57353 605-854-3224

Beadle County District Attorney 450 3rd Street Southwest Huron SD 57350 18.8 miles from 57353 605-353-8430

Miner County District Attorney PO Box 189 Howard SD 57349 28.7 miles from 57353 605-772-4488

Sanborn County District Attorney PO Box 277 Woonsocket SD 57385 29.9 miles from 57353 605-796-4245

Clark County District Attorney PO Box 296 Clark SD 57225 36.5 miles from 57353 605-532-3712

Jerauld County District Attorney PO Box 367 Wessington Springs SD 57382 40.9 miles from 57353 605-539-1212

Lake County District Attorney 200 Center Street East Madison SD 57042 43.6 miles from 57353 605-256-7630

Davison County District Attorney 1015 South Miller Avenue Mitchell SD 57301 46.5 miles from 57353 605-995-8627

Spink County District Attorney 210 East 7th Avenue Redfield SD 57469 48.7 miles from 57353 605-472-4593

Hanson County District Attorney PO Box 277 Alexandria SD 57311 48.8 miles from 57353 605-239-4321

Codington County District Attorney 14 1st Avenue Southeast Watertown SD 57201 51.7 miles from 57353 605-882-6276

Brookings County District Attorney 520 3rd Street Brookings SD 57006 51.8 miles from 57353 605-692-8606

Aurora County District Attorney PO Box 577 Plankinton SD 57368 54.7 miles from 57353 605-942-7725

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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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