Frenchtown District Attorney Records Search

See Frenchtown MI 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.

Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney 125 East 2nd Street Monroe MI 48161 3.8 miles from Frenchtown 734-240-7600

Lucas County Prosecuting Attorney 700 Adams Street Toledo OH 43604 23.0 miles from Frenchtown 419-213-4700

Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney 200 North Main Street Ann Arbor MI 48104 29.9 miles from Frenchtown 734-222-6620

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney 1441 Saint Antoine Street Detroit MI 48226 30.6 miles from Frenchtown 313-224-5777

Lenawee County Prosecuting Attorney 425 North Main Street Adrian MI 49221 35.0 miles from Frenchtown 517-264-4640

Ottawa County Prosecuting Attorney 315 Madison Street Port Clinton OH 43452 37.9 miles from Frenchtown 419-734-6845

Wood County Prosecuting Attorney 1 Court House Square Bowling Green OH 43402 43.1 miles from Frenchtown 419-354-9250

Sandusky County Prosecuting Attorney 100 North Park Avenue Fremont OH 43420 44.2 miles from Frenchtown 419-334-6222

Oakland County Prosecuting Attorney 1200 North Telegraph Road Pontiac MI 48341 48.0 miles from Frenchtown 248-858-0656

Erie County Prosecuting Attorney 247 Columbus Avenue Sandusky OH 44870 48.3 miles from Frenchtown 740-833-2690

Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney 152 South Fulton Street Wauseon OH 43567 49.5 miles from Frenchtown 419-337-9240

Macomb County Prosecuting Attorney 1 South Main Street Mount Clemens MI 48043 50.3 miles from Frenchtown 586-469-5350

Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney 210 South Highlander Way Howell MI 48843 54.4 miles from Frenchtown 517-546-1850

Henry County Prosecuting Attorney 822 Oakwood Avenue Napoleon OH 43545 55.7 miles from Frenchtown 419-599-1010

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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