Wadsworth District Attorney Records Search

See Wadsworth IL 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.

Lake County State Attorney 18 North County Street Waukegan IL 60085 5.7 miles from Wadsworth 847-377-3000

Kenosha County District Attorney 912 56th Street Kenosha WI 53140 11.7 miles from Wadsworth 262-653-2411

Racine County District Attorney 730 Wisconsin Avenue Racine WI 53403 21.6 miles from Wadsworth 262-636-3346

Mchenry County State Attorney 2200 North Seminary Avenue Woodstock IL 60098 28.1 miles from Wadsworth 815-334-4159

Williamson County State Attorney 407 Monroe Place Wood Dale IL 60191 32.4 miles from Wadsworth 618-998-2229

Walworth County District Attorney 1800 County Road NN Elkhorn WI 53121 34.6 miles from Wadsworth 262-741-7198

Cook County State's Attorney's Office 69 West Washington Street Chicago IL 60602 40.0 miles from Wadsworth 312-603-8600

DuPage County State Attorney 503 North County Farm Road Wheaton IL 60187 40.4 miles from Wadsworth 630-407-8000

Milwaukee County District Attorney 821 West State Street Milwaukee WI 53233 42.7 miles from Wadsworth

Kane County State Attorney 37W775 Illinois 38 St. Charles IL 60175 43.1 miles from Wadsworth 630-232-3500

Waukesha County District Attorney 515 West Moreland Boulevard Waukesha WI 53188 44.5 miles from Wadsworth 262-548-7933

State Attorney 601 North Main Street Belvidere IL 61008 49.4 miles from Wadsworth 815-544-0868

State Attorney of Dekalb 200 North Main Street Sycamore IL 60178 50.1 miles from Wadsworth 815-895-7164

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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.

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.