Langdon District Attorney Records Search

See Langdon KS 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.

Kingman County District Attorney PO Box 495 Kingman KS 67068 18.2 miles from Langdon 620-532-3044

Reno County District Attorney 206 West 1st Avenue Hutchinson KS 67501 25.3 miles from Langdon 620-694-2715

Stafford County District Attorney PO Box 365 St. John KS 67576 25.8 miles from Langdon 620-549-3296

Pratt County Attorney 300 South Ninnescah Street Pratt KS 67124 26.8 miles from Langdon 620-672-7271

Rice County District Attorney 101 West Commercial Street Lyons KS 67554 34.8 miles from Langdon 620-257-3081

Barber County District Attorney 118 East Washington Avenue Medicine Lodge KS 67104 42.0 miles from Langdon 620-886-5646

Barton County District Attorney 1400 Main Street Great Bend KS 67530 42.7 miles from Langdon 620-793-1856

Pawnee County Attorney 715 Broadway Street Larned KS 67550 47.9 miles from Langdon 620-285-2139

Harper County District Attorney PO Box 467 Anthony KS 67003 50.5 miles from Langdon 620-842-6070

Mcpherson County District Attorney 122 West Marlin Street McPherson KS 67460 50.5 miles from Langdon 620-241-1027

Harvey County District Attorney 8th & Main St Newton KS 67114 54.4 miles from Langdon 316-284-6834

Sedgwick County District Attorney 525 North Main Street Wichita KS 67203 54.9 miles from Langdon 316-383-3600

Kiowa County Attorney 211 East Florida Avenue Greensburg KS 67054 55.5 miles from Langdon 620-723-2721

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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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