Gramling District Attorney Records Search

See Gramling SC 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.

Spartanburg County Solicitor 180 Magnolia Street Spartanburg SC 29306 14.2 miles from Gramling 864-596-2575

Rutherford County District Attorney PO Box 70 Rutherfordton NC 28139 22.1 miles from Gramling 828-288-6110

Henderson County District Attorney 200 North Grove Street Hendersonville NC 28792 24.5 miles from Gramling 828-694-4200

Cherokee County Solicitor 122 Administrative Drive Gaffney SC 29340 28.2 miles from Gramling 864-487-2576

Pickens County Solicitor 214 East Main Street Pickens SC 29671 35.1 miles from Gramling 864-898-5905

Transylvania County District Attorney 12 East Main Street Brevard NC 28712 35.5 miles from Gramling 828-885-3010

Catawba County District Attorney 100 Justice Place Shelby NC 28150 36.9 miles from Gramling 828-695-6110

Union County Solicitor PO Box 60 Union SC 29379 37.9 miles from Gramling 864-429-1639

Buncombe County District Attorney PO Box 7158 Asheville NC 28802 41.4 miles from Gramling 828-259-3410

Mcdowell County District Attorney 21 South Main Street Marion NC 28752 42.5 miles from Gramling 828-655-4110

Laurens County Solicitor PO Box 786 Clinton SC 29325 44.5 miles from Gramling 864-833-1221

Greenville County Solicitor 305 Greenville Street East Anderson SC 29621 48.8 miles from Gramling 864-467-8647

Anderson County Solicitor 100 South Main Street Anderson SC 29624 49.3 miles from Gramling 864-260-4046

Burke County District Attorney 201 South Green Street Morganton NC 28655 52.6 miles from Gramling 828-433-3210

York County Solicitor 1675 York Highway York SC 29745 53.4 miles from Gramling

District Attorney 325 South Marietta Street Gastonia NC 28052 55.3 miles from Gramling 704-852-3113

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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