Honey Grove District Attorney Records Search

See Honey Grove 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.

Fannin County District Attorney 101 East Sam Rayburn Drive Bonham TX 75418 15.6 miles from Honey Grove 903-583-7448

Lamar County District Attorney 119 North Main Street Paris TX 75460 20.9 miles from Honey Grove 903-737-2458

Hunt County District Attorney 2507 Lee Street Greenville TX 75401 33.0 miles from Honey Grove 903-408-4180

Franklin County District Attorney PO Box 882 Sulphur Springs TX 75483 35.1 miles from Honey Grove 903-885-0641

District Attorney 110 Main Street Sulphur Springs TX 75482 35.8 miles from Honey Grove 903-885-0641

Hopkins County District Attorney 114 Main Street Sulphur Springs TX 75482 35.8 miles from Honey Grove 903-885-0641

Choctaw County District Attorney 300 East Duke Street Hugo OK 74743 37.0 miles from Honey Grove 580-326-9606

Bryan County District Attorney 117 North 3rd Avenue Durant OK 74701 38.8 miles from Honey Grove

Grayson County District Attorney 200 South Crockett Street Sherman TX 75090 40.5 miles from Honey Grove 903-813-4361

Pushmataha District Attorney 302 Southwest B Street Antlers OK 74523 47.2 miles from Honey Grove 580-298-2365

Collin County District Attorney 2100 Bloomdale Road McKinney TX 75071 48.1 miles from Honey Grove 972-548-4323

Red River County District Attorney 400 North Walnut Street Clarksville TX 75426 49.4 miles from Honey Grove 903-427-2009

Rains County District Attorney PO Box 1075 Emory TX 75440 49.8 miles from Honey Grove 903-473-5000

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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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