75667 District Attorney Records Search

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Rusk County District Attorney 115 North Main Street Henderson TX 75652 11.7 miles from 75667 903-657-2265

Cherokee County District Attorney PO Box 450 Rusk TX 75785 22.2 miles from 75667 903-683-2573

Nacogdoches County District Attorney 101 West Main Street Nacogdoches TX 75961 28.8 miles from 75667 936-560-7766

Panola County District Attorney 108 S Sycamore St Rm 301 Carthage TX 75633 31.8 miles from 75667 903-693-0310

Gregg County District Attorney 101 East Methvin Street Longview TX 75601 35.7 miles from 75667 903-236-8440

Smith County District Attorney 100 North Broadway Avenue Tyler TX 75702 36.6 miles from 75667 903-590-1720

Shelby County District Attorney PO Box 64 Center TX 75935 41.2 miles from 75667 936-598-2489

Angelina District Attorney 215 East Lufkin Avenue Lufkin TX 75901 45.4 miles from 75667 936-632-5090

Harrison County District Attorney 200 West Houston Street Marshall TX 75670 47.5 miles from 75667 903-935-8408

Anderson County District Attorney 500 North Church Street Palestine TX 75801 48.4 miles from 75667 903-723-7400

Upshur County District Attorney 405 Titus Street Gilmer TX 75644 51.7 miles from 75667 903-843-5513

San Augustine County District Attorney 100 West Columbia Street San Augustine TX 75972 53.4 miles from 75667 936-275-9903

Sabine County District Attorney PO Box 714 San Augustine TX 75972 53.5 miles from 75667 409-787-2901

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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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