Ruston District Attorney Records Search

See Ruston LA 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.

Lincoln Parish District Attorney PO Box 777 Ruston LA 71273 318-513-6350

Bienville Parish District Attorney 100 Courthouse Drive Arcadia LA 71001 16.9 miles from Ruston 318-263-7408

District Attorney 500 East Court Street Jonesboro LA 71251 20.8 miles from Ruston 318-259-4112

Union Parish District Attorney 100 East Bayou Street Farmerville LA 71241 21.4 miles from Ruston 318-368-2201

Claiborne District Attorney 512 West Main Street Homer LA 71040 30.2 miles from Ruston 318-927-4862

Ouachita Parish District Attorney 300 Saint John Street Monroe LA 71201 30.3 miles from Ruston 318-388-4448

Webster Parish District Attorney PO Box 758 Minden LA 71055 37.6 miles from Ruston 318-377-7557

Winn Parish District Attorney PO Box 1374 Winnfield LA 71483 42.1 miles from Ruston 318-628-2141

Caldwell Parish District Attorney 201 Main Street Columbia LA 71418 44.1 miles from Ruston 318-649-7410

Morehouse Parish District Attorney 100 West Madison Avenue Bastrop LA 71220 45.2 miles from Ruston 318-281-4907

Union County Prosecuting Attorney 307 American Road El Dorado AR 71730 46.7 miles from Ruston 870-864-1960

Ouachita County Prosecuting Attorney 315 East Main Street El Dorado AR 71730 46.9 miles from Ruston 870-862-5565

Richland Parish District Attorney PO Box 417 Rayville LA 71269 51.3 miles from Ruston 318-728-3166

Red River Parish District Attorney PO Box 606 Coushatta LA 71019 54.1 miles from Ruston

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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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