Gayville District Attorney Records Search

See Gayville SD 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.

Yankton County District Attorney 410 Walnut Street Yankton SD 57078 11.2 miles from Gayville 605-665-4301

State Attorney 211 West Main Street Vermillion SD 57069 14.3 miles from Gayville 605-677-7107

Cedar County District Attorney PO Box 135 Hartington NE 68739 19.1 miles from Gayville 402-254-7229

Union County District Attorney 209 East Main Street Elk Point SD 57025 28.5 miles from Gayville 605-356-2666

Dixon County District Attorney PO Box 563 Ponca NE 68770 32.5 miles from Gayville 402-755-5605

Hutchinson County District Attorney PO Box 137 Olivet SD 57052 35.1 miles from Gayville 605-387-5530

Turner County District Attorney PO Box 700 Parker SD 57053 35.2 miles from Gayville 605-297-3975

Bon Homme County District Attorney PO Box 476 Tyndall SD 57066 35.6 miles from Gayville 605-589-3668

Knox County District Attorney PO Box 41 Center NE 68724 40.6 miles from Gayville 402-288-5603

Lincoln County District Attorney 104 North Main Street Canton SD 57013 40.9 miles from Gayville 605-764-5732

Wayne County District Attorney PO Box 427 Wayne NE 68787 45.7 miles from Gayville 402-375-3585

Woodbury County District Attorney 620 Douglas Street Sioux IA 51101 47.5 miles from Gayville 712-279-6516

Mccook County District Attorney PO Box 444 Bridgewater SD 57319 48.5 miles from Gayville 605-729-2552

Dakota County District Attorney PO Box 117 Dakota NE 68731 50.2 miles from Gayville 402-987-2151

Pierce County District Attorney PO Box 203 Pierce NE 68767 50.9 miles from Gayville 402-329-6767

Minnehaha County District Attorney 415 North Dakota Avenue Sioux Falls SD 57104 51.0 miles from Gayville 605-367-4226

Plymouth County District Attorney 215 4th Avenue Southeast Le Mars IA 51031 51.7 miles from Gayville 712-546-5019

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.