Gordonville District Attorney Records Search

See Gordonville TX 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.

Grayson County District Attorney 200 South Crockett Street Sherman TX 75090 17.8 miles from Gordonville 903-813-4361

Love County District Attorney 405 West Main Street Marietta OK 73448 18.2 miles from Gordonville 580-276-9441

Marshall County District Attorney 100 Plaza Rm 101 Madill OK 73446 20.6 miles from Gordonville 580-795-2169

Cooke County District Attorney 101 South Dixon Street Gainesville TX 76240 20.6 miles from Gordonville 940-668-5466

Bryan County District Attorney 117 North 3rd Avenue Durant OK 74701 30.4 miles from Gordonville

Carter County District Attorney 20 B Street Southwest Ardmore OK 73401 30.5 miles from Gordonville 580-223-9674

Johnston County District Attorney 414 West Main Street Tishomingo OK 73460 32.0 miles from Gordonville 580-371-2379

Collin County District Attorney 2100 Bloomdale Road McKinney TX 75071 40.3 miles from Gordonville 972-548-4323

Fannin County District Attorney 101 East Sam Rayburn Drive Bonham TX 75418 41.6 miles from Gordonville 903-583-7448

Denton County Distric Attorney 1450 East McKinney Street Denton TX 76209 42.9 miles from Gordonville 972-434-8826

Murray County District Attorney 1001 West Wyandotte Avenue Sulphur OK 73086 49.6 miles from Gordonville 580-622-5417

Clay County District Attorney PO Box 55 Montague TX 76251 50.7 miles from Gordonville 940-894-6211

Montague County District Attorney PO Box 55 Montague TX 76251 50.7 miles from Gordonville 940-894-6211

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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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