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  District attorney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A district attorney is, in some U.S. jurisdictions, the title of the local public official who represents the government in the prosecution of criminals.
The district attorney is the highest officeholder in the jurisdiction's legal department and supervises a staff of assistant district attorneys.
Such officers are appointed by the President of the United States, serve under the Attorney General, and prosecute cases in the district courts of the federal government.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/District_attorney   (325 words)

 Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney of Los Angeles County is the lawyer for the people, a non-partisan official who is elected every four years.
Deputy district attorneys also prosecute misdemeanor crimes in unincorporated areas and in 78 of the 88 County cities.
The staff of approximately 1,962 includes 948 deputy district attorneys, 239 investigators, and 775 support personnel, comprising the largest local prosecutorial agency in the nation.
da.co.la.ca.us   (97 words)

 Oklahoma County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is an elected state officer with a four-year term whose primary duty is to file criminal charges against and prosecute persons accused of crimes committed in the district.
The salaries of the District Attorney and assistants are paid by the State, but some costs are supplemented by the County.
The first Gang Unit in the State of Oklahoma was organized by the District Attorney's office in an effort to curtail gang activity in the neighborhoods of Oklahoma County.
www.oklahomacounty.org /districtattorney/da2.htm   (400 words)

 Tennnessee District Attorneys General Conference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It is comprised of the district attorneys general from the state's 31 judicial districts.
The district attorneys general are elected for a term of eight years and are responsible for the prosecution of criminal cases on behalf of the state.
The executive director is elected by the district attorneys general for a term of four years and serves as a member of the Tennessee Judicial Council.
www.tndagc.com   (206 words)

 United States Attorney
The U.S. Attorney is appointed by and serves at the discretion of the President of the United States for a term of four years, with appointments subject to confirmation (advice and consent) by the Senate.
The U.S. Attorney's office is the chief prosecutor for the United States in criminal law cases, and represents the United States in civil law cases as both the defendant and plaintiff.
U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/u/un/united_states_attorney.html   (1009 words)

 District Attorney
She and her staff of eight assistant district attorneys, five county detectives, as well as numerous support staff, are responsible for the prosecution of every criminal charge that occurs in Lebanon County.
After an individual is arrested, the District Attorney, with the continued assistance of the police department, assumes control of the prosecution of that individual.
The District Attorney continues the prosecution until the individual is either convicted or determined to be innocent.
www.mbcomp.com /litzonlebanon/district.htm   (328 words)

 Cayuga County District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is the chief law enforcement official in the county.
The District Attorney is also an advisor, advocate, investigator and legal scholar to the grand jury and police agencies in the county, with the ultimate goal of assuring that justice is accomplished for everyone.
District Attorney Vargason was elected in 1991, re-elected in 1995 and 1999.
www.co.cayuga.ny.us /da/index.html   (170 words)

 Press Releases KINGS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
District Attorney Hynes said his decision included the following components: a comprehensive and objective analysis of the available facts and evidence; a thorough review of the aggravating and mitigating factors provided by the District Attorney's Office and defense counsel; and an exhaustive review of the defendant's background.
Counsel to the District Attorney, Anne J. Swern is the Director of DTAP.
Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes announced today that he will seek a sentence of life without parole in the prosecution of Antoine Belton, who was indicted for First Degree Murder and other charges relating to the death of Jian Chun Lin on October 15, 2002, in the East New York section of Brooklyn.
www.brooklynda.org /News/press_releases%202003.htm   (6757 words)

 Delaware County - Office of the District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is charged with prosecuting those who violate the criminal laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania within the county.
The District Attorney is assisted by the four Deputy District Attorneys and thirty-eight Assistant District Attorneys.
The District Attorney's Office is located on the Ground Floor of the Courthouse and may be contacted at 891-4161.
www.co.delaware.pa.us /districtattorney/index.html   (113 words)

 Ontario County District Attorney's Office Home Page
The District Attorney is a State Constitutional Officer, elected by the county electorate for a four-year term.
As the County's chief law enforcement officer, the District Attorney is responsible for the prosecution of all violations of the law that occur within the county's borders.
Additionally, the District Attorney is responsible for handling criminal appeals at all levels of state and federal courts.
www.co.ontario.ny.us /da   (288 words)

 Clackamas County Distric Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Clackamas County District Attorney's Office is required by state law to represent the state in felony prosecutions, misdemeanor prosecutions, grand jury proceedings, mental commitment hearings, child support actions, family abuse prevention hearings, juvenile delinquency and dependency hearings.
The primary purpose of the Clackamas County District Attorney's Office is to fairly, impartially and honestly enforce all criminal laws.
The District Attorney's Office contributes to the County's public safety network as a member of the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council; the Council's Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Crime Prevention Subcommittees; the Family Violence Coordinating Council; the Criminal Justice Council; the Multidisciplinary Child Abuse Investigation Team; and the Multidisciplinary Elder Abuse Team.
www.co.clackamas.or.us /da   (3328 words)

 District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is the chief law enforcement officer of Montgomery County.
The District Attorney has authority over all criminal investigations, the bringing of criminal charges, and the prosecution of criminal cases arising in Montgomery County.
The District Attorney is the only full-time elected county row officer and may serve an indefinite number of four year terms of office.
www.montcopa.org /countyoffices/DISTATTY.HTM   (110 words)

 OKDISTRICT21   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
District 21 is made up of Cleveland, McClain, and Garvin Counties.
The staff of the District Attorney's office for District 21 consists of the District Attorney (D.A.), twenty-one Assistant District Attorneys (A.D.A.'s), seven Investigators, forty-one members of the support staff, and eight interns.
There are five D.A.'s office in District 21, with the main office in Norman, the county seat of Cleveland County.
www.okdist21.org   (124 words)

 Erie County Works - Erie County District Attorney
The District Attorney is Erie County's chief prosecutor, responsible for investigating crime, presenting evidence to the Grand Jury, and implementing the just prosecution of persons indicted for criminal offenses.
The District Attorney tries felonies in Erie County and New York Sate Supreme Courts, as well as misdemeanors and non-criminal offenses in the city, town and village courts of Erie County.
In related duties, the District Attorney also argues appeals and handles other post-conviction matters, institutes forfeiture proceedings, oversees extradition of wanted persons and litigates habeas corpus petitions brought in both state and federal court.
www.erie.gov /depts/government/da.phtml   (351 words)

 District Attorney
The District Attorney prosecutes all offenses recognized by the courts of the County.
He must also: advise and assist police in any case in which they seek his help; prepare information requested by the police; appear in court for preliminary hearings; present cases to the Grand jury; try cases when a trial is demanded; handle appeals from criminal proceedings in any court; and advise town and village justices.
The District Attorney has the authority to appoint Assistant District Attorneys, paralegal assistants, and secretarial and clerical assistants.
www.co.livingston.state.ny.us /da.htm   (86 words)

 District Attorney - Colorado Tenth Judicial District; Pueblo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney's office represents the people's interests in prosecuting criminal cases, seeking justice for victims, and advocating measures to reduce criminal behavior in our community.
Bill Thiebaut was installed as the District Attorney, Tenth Judicial District, Colorado on January 11, 2005.
With the assistance of a dedicated staff, the office of the District Attorney has been modified to better reflect the priorities of the organization, and steps have been taken to focus on key areas designed to make Pueblo a safer place to live.
www.co.pueblo.co.us /da   (318 words)

 Ventura County District Attorney
In 1989, the Ventura County District Attorney's Office became the first office in California to successfully introduce D.N.A. "genetic fingerprinting" evidence in a criminal case.
District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that criminal charges will not be filed in connection with the expenditure of public funds by the Ventura County Transportation Commission on the failed half-cent sales tax initiative.
The 35-page report explains the District Attorney's conclusion and may be obtained from the District Attorney's Office or viewed online at http://da.countyofventura.org.
da.countyofventura.org   (420 words)

 La Plata County - District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is elected by voters in three counties: Archuleta, La Plata and San Juan County.
The District Attorney's Office prosecutes criminal cases within the District and working closely with law enforcement agencies in all three counties.
The District Attorney also participated in the created of a Day Reporting program for DUI offenders.
co.laplata.co.us /da.htm   (148 words)

 Mendocino County - District Attorney - Welcome to the District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney of Mendocino County, as a constitutional officer and the public prosecutor acting on behalf of the people, is vested with the independent power to conduct prosecutions for public offenses, to detect crime and to investigate criminal activity.
The District Attorney fulfills these responsibilities through the efforts of the employees of the Office of the District Attorney.
Each employee, moreover, is integral to achieving the mission of the Office and shares the District Attorney's obligation to enhance the fundamental right of the people of Mendocino County to a safe and just society.
www.co.mendocino.ca.us /da   (195 words)

 Norfolk District Attorney's Office
As the chief law enforcement officer for the Norfolk District, I am responsible for the prosecution of criminal offenses that occur within the District.
As the chief prosecuting attorney for the Norfolk District, it is my job to promote public safety through the effective prosecution of criminals who commit serious and violent crimes.
Under Commonwealth of Massachusetts law, all criminal cases brought to prosecution must be handled by the Office of the District Attorney or the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General.
www.mass.gov /da/norfolk   (384 words)

 Permit official faces bribery charges / District attorney and FBI probe S.F. building department
Federal agents and district attorney's investigators descended on San Francisco's controversy-plagued building department Thursday and led away a longtime city employee in handcuffs after arresting him on felony bribery charges.
He was arrested after FBI agents, dressed in blue raid jackets bearing their agency's logo, and investigators from District Attorney Kamala Harris' office arrived mid-morning at the building department's Mission Street offices to cart off boxes of documents.
The charges filed by the district attorney allege that Fallay took bribes over a 12-year period, including a $50,000 loan, payments of cash "in approximately four separate red-colored envelopes'' and services for improvements on a kitchen, a bathroom and an entryway of his private home.
sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/08/05/MNG1ME3JJM1.DTL   (1905 words)

 Williamson County District Attorney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The District Attorney is responsible for prosecuting felony criminal offenses that are committed in Williamson County.
The District Attorney of Williamson County is John Bradley.
The District Attorney's office is located on the second floor of the Williamson County Justice Center at 405 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Georgetown, Texas.
www.williamson-county.org /DistrictAttorney/index.html   (325 words)

 Los Angeles District Attorney
Gil Garcetti, born 8-5-41, is the Los Angeles District Attorney, elected in 1992.
The primary school district that serves Los Angeles is the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The district attorney, elected by the county voters,
www.flatnews.com /attorney/los-angeles-district-attorney   (320 words)

 County Of Marin: District Attorney  -  Marin County District Attorney
Browse around and become acquainted with your District Attorney, the staff, the programs we offer and the community services we provide, as well as the community partnerships we support.
Supporting local, grassroots efforts that educate our young, train the unskilled and give those who have never felt they had a stake in Marin's growth a chance for real buy-in will remove criminal outlets as the means for economic and social advancement.
The Marin District Attorney has taken aggressive steps to address the issues facing the expanding senior Marin population.
www.co.marin.ca.us /da   (456 words)

 District Attorney, Ninth Circuit District, Mississippi
The Ninth District is located in west-central Mississippi and includes Warren, Sharkey and Issaquena Counties.
This District Attorney is a State Official elected from the District every four years.
Juvenile offenses are prosecuted in the Youth Court by County Prosecuting Attorneys.
www.msda9.com   (170 words)

 Elected Officials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Mark Hurlbert was appointed District Attorney for the Fifth Judicial District in December 2002.
In 1994 he was appointed Deputy District Attorney and has also held the positions of Chief Deputy District Attorney and Assistant District Attorney.
As District Attorney he personally tries all first-degree murder cases and many second-degree murder cases in the district.
www.co.summit.co.us /profiles/distattry.htm   (177 words)

 Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Tompkins County District Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting criminal offenses defined under State law, committed within Tompkins County.
Civil matters affecting the County are handled by the County Attorney's Office (telephone 607-274-5546).
Federal crimes are prosecuted by federal prosecutors in the United States Attorney's Office (telephone 315-448-0672).
www.co.tompkins.ny.us /distatto   (79 words)

 bozeman district attorney salary and other bozeman related information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
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www.nethorde.com /bozeman/bozeman-district-attorney-salary.html   (274 words)

 Welcome to the Nassau County District Attorney's Office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Andrew Miller, 56, of 50 Jefferson Landing Circle, Port Jefferson, pled guilty to the top count of Tampering with Public Records in the First Degree, a Class D Felony.
Miller was indicted by a Grand Jury and arrested by the DA’s Special Investigations Bureau in September of 2005 in connection with the Roslyn School District Financial Scandal.
Miller is a former Partner of Miller, Lilly and Pearce, LLP, Certified Public Accountants, and was the audit partner for the Roslyn Union Free School District.
www.nassauda.org   (239 words)

 Welcome to Solano County
I am proud to serve as your District Attorney and pleased to provide this site to assist you in learning more about my office.
Please use the menu located at the top left side of your screen or click on any of the areas listed below to access additional information about the District Attorney's Office.
District Attorneys of Solano County - 1850 to present
www.co.solano.ca.us /da   (72 words)

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