Gilman District Attorney Records Search

See Gilman IL 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.

Iroquois County State Attorney 550 South 10th Street Watseka IL 60970 13.9 miles from Gilman 815-432-6980

Ford County State Attorney 200 West State Street Paxton IL 60957 22.2 miles from Gilman 217-379-9460

Kankakee County State Attorney 270 North Schuyler Avenue Kankakee IL 60901 25.0 miles from Gilman 815-936-5800

Newton County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 46 Kentland IN 47951 28.1 miles from Gilman 219-474-5777

Livingston County State Attorney 110 North Main Street Pontiac IL 61764 34.5 miles from Gilman 815-844-5169

Benton County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 101 Fowler IN 47944 36.5 miles from Gilman 765-884-1511

Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney 128 North Cullen Street Rensselaer IN 47978 45.0 miles from Gilman 219-866-5321

Grundy County State Attorney 111 East Washington Street Morris IL 60450 46.4 miles from Gilman 815-941-3276

Champaign County States Atty 101 East Main Street Urbana IL 61801 47.1 miles from Gilman 217-384-3733

Vermilion County State Attorney 7 North Vermilion Street Danville IL 61832 48.5 miles from Gilman 217-554-7750

Warren County Prosecuting Attorney PO Box 96 Williamsport IN 47993 49.4 miles from Gilman 765-764-4422

Will County State Attorney 121 North Chicago Street Joliet IL 60432 52.3 miles from Gilman 815-727-8453

Fountain County Prosecuting Attorney 301 4th Street Covington IN 47932 53.7 miles from Gilman

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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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