St. Rosa District Attorney Records Search

See St. Rosa MN 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.


Todd County Attorney's Office 221 1st Avenue Southeast Long Prairie MN 56347 18.4 miles from St. Rosa 320-732-6039


Todd County District Attorney 221 1st Avenue North Long Prairie MN 56347 18.6 miles from St. Rosa 320-732-6039

Morrison County District Attorney 213 1st Avenue Southeast Little Falls MN 56345 24.1 miles from St. Rosa 320-632-0190

Stearns County District Attorney 705 Courthouse Square St. Cloud MN 56303 29.0 miles from St. Rosa 320-656-3880

Pope County District Attorney 605 South Lakeshore Drive Glenwood MN 56334 33.2 miles from St. Rosa 320-634-4581

Douglas County District Attorney 305 8th Avenue West Alexandria MN 56308 34.0 miles from St. Rosa 320-762-3856

Benton County District Attorney 615 Minnesota 23 Foley MN 56329 39.0 miles from St. Rosa 320-968-5175

Meeker County District Attorney 325 North Sibley Avenue Litchfield MN 55355 42.2 miles from St. Rosa 320-693-5220

Kandiyohi County District Attorney 415 6th Street Southwest Willmar MN 56201 45.0 miles from St. Rosa 320-231-2440

Crow Wing County District Attorney 213 Laurel Street Brainerd MN 56401 49.8 miles from St. Rosa 218-824-1025

Nye County District Attorney 211 11th Street North Benson MN 56215 51.4 miles from St. Rosa 320-843-2134

Swift County District Attorney 211 11th Street North Benson MN 56215 51.4 miles from St. Rosa 320-843-2134

Mille Lacs County District Attorney 225 6th Avenue Southeast Milaca MN 56353 51.6 miles from St. Rosa 320-983-8305

Wadena County District Attorney 415 Jefferson St Wadena MN 56482 53.6 miles from St. Rosa 218-631-7739

Wright County District Attorney 10 2nd Street Northwest Buffalo MN 55313 55.7 miles from St. Rosa 763-682-7340

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.

District attorneys maintain records on current and former cases. Many of these records are available online and open to the public. This site can help you access the records you need from a district attorney.