72119 District Attorney Records Search

See 72119 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.

Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney 224 South Spring Street Little Rock AR 72201 6.1 miles from 72119 501-340-8000

Faulkner County Prosecuting Attorney 609 Locust Street Conway AR 72034 19.4 miles from 72119 501-450-4927

Lonoke County Prosecuting Attorney 301 North Center Street Lonoke AR 72086 22.5 miles from 72119 501-676-2807

Saline County Prosecuting Attorney 102 South Main Street Benton AR 72015 25.1 miles from 72119 501-315-7767

Perry County Prosecuting Attorney 310 West Main Street Perryville AR 72126 31.3 miles from 72119 501-889-5128

Conway County Prosecuting Attorney 117 South Moose Street Morrilton AR 72110 33.7 miles from 72119 501-354-1193

Grant County Prosecuting Attorney 103 West Center Street Sheridan AR 72150 36.9 miles from 72119 870-942-2631

White County Prosecuting Attorney 411 North Spruce Street Searcy AR 72143 42.6 miles from 72119 501-279-6236

Hot Spring County Prosecuting Attorney 215 East Highland Avenue Malvern AR 72104 44.2 miles from 72119 501-337-1468

Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney 101 East Barraque Street Pine Bluff AR 71601 44.9 miles from 72119 870-766-8229

Prairie County Prosecuting Attorney 200 Court House Sq Ste 205 Des Arc AR 72040 45.6 miles from 72119 870-256-3171

Garland County Prosecuting Attorney 501 Ouachita Avenue Hot Springs AR 71901 49.1 miles from 72119 501-622-3720

Van Buren County Prosecuting Attorney 193 Court Street Clinton AR 72031 53.2 miles from 72119 501-745-2468

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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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