Galesville District Attorney Records Search

See Galesville WI 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.

Winona County District Attorney 171 West 3rd Street Winona MN 55987 14.1 miles from Galesville 507-457-6310

La Crosse County District Attorney 333 Vine Street La Crosse WI 54601 19.3 miles from Galesville 608-789-4853

Trempealeau County District Attorney 36245 Main Street Whitehall WI 54773 19.7 miles from Galesville 715-538-4924

Jackson County District Attorney 307 Main Street Black River Falls WI 54615 28.4 miles from Galesville 715-284-7600

Monroe County District Attorney 112 South Court Street Sparta WI 54656 28.8 miles from Galesville 608-269-8919

Buffalo County District Attorney 317 South 2nd Street Alma WI 54610 31.8 miles from Galesville 608-685-4237

Houston County District Attorney 306 South Marshall Street Caledonia MN 55921 31.9 miles from Galesville 507-725-5802

Wabasha County District Attorney 848 17th Street East Wabasha MN 55981 38.4 miles from Galesville 651-565-3064

Washoe County District Attorney 848 17th Street East Wabasha MN 55981 38.4 miles from Galesville 651-565-3064

Vernon County District Attorney 400 Court House Square St Ste 200 Viroqua WI 54665 43.3 miles from Galesville 608-637-3828

Fillmore County District Attorney 101 Fillmore Street East Preston MN 55965 46.0 miles from Galesville 507-765-2530

Pepin County District Attorney 315 2nd Avenue West Durand WI 54736 48.2 miles from Galesville 715-672-8934

Clark County District Attorney 517 Court Street Neillsville WI 54456 50.1 miles from Galesville 715-743-5287

Eau Claire County District Attorney 721 Oxford Avenue Eau Claire WI 54703 50.6 miles from Galesville 715-831-5818

Olmsted County District Attorney 151 4th Street Southeast Rochester MN 55904 54.9 miles from Galesville 507-328-7600

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.