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Alexandria County Commonwealth's Attorney

520 King St Ste 301, Alexandria, VA

Phone: 703-746-4100
Fax: 703-746-4466

Arlington County Commonwealth's Attorney

1425 N Courthouse Rd, Arlington, VA

Phone: 703-228-4410
Fax: 703-228-7116

Clarke County Commonwealth's Attorney

102 N Church St, Berryville, VA

Phone: 540-955-5120
Fax: 540-955-5156

Commonwealth Attorney

1300 Courthouse Rd, Stafford, VA

Phone: 540-658-8780
Fax: 540-658-4031

Commonwealth's Attorney

111 Ennis St, Bowling Green, VA

Phone: 804-633-7170

Culpeper County Commonwealth's Attorney

135 W Cameron St, Culpeper, VA

Phone: 540-727-3417
Fax: 540-727-3474

Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney

4110 Chain Brg Rd, Fairfax, VA

Phone: 703-246-2776

Falls Church County Commonwealth's Attorney

300 Park Ave, Falls Church, VA

Fauquier County Commonwealth's Attorney

29 Ashby St, Warrenton, VA

Phone: 540-422-8120
Fax: 540-422-8121

Frederick County Commonwealth's Attorney

107 N Kent St, Winchester, VA

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Fredericksburg County Commonwealth's Attorney

PO Box 886, Fredericksburg, VA

Phone: 540-372-1040
Fax: 540-372-1181

King George County Commonwealth's Attorney

9483 Kings Highway, King George, VA

Phone: 540-775-4442
Fax: 540-775-7310

Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney

20 E Market St, Leesburg, VA

Phone: 703-777-0242

Madison County Commonwealth's Attorney

15 Court Sq, Madison, VA

Phone: 540-948-7025

Manassas County Commonwealth's Attorney

9311 Lee Ave, Manassas, VA

Phone: 703-792-6050
Fax: 703-792-7081

Manassas Park County Commonwealth's Attorney

9311 Lee Ave, Manassas, VA

Phone: 703-792-6050
Fax: 703-792-7081

Orange County Commonwealth's Attorney

PO Box 310, Orange, VA

Phone: 540-672-4848
Fax: 540-672-9095

Prince William County Commonwealth's Attorney

9311 Lee Ave, Manassas, VA

Phone: 703-792-6050
Fax: 703-792-7081

Rappahannock County Commonwealth's Attorney

PO Box 399, Washington, VA

Phone: 540-675-5338
Fax: 540-675-3698

Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney

215 Mill Rd, Woodstock, VA

Phone: 540-459-6129
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Spotsylvania County Commonwealth's Attorney

PO Box 2629, Spotsylvania, VA

Phone: 540-507-7650
Fax: 540-582-3291

Warren County Commonwealth's Attorney

1 E Main St, Front Royal, VA

Phone: 540-635-5441
Fax: 540-635-4864

Winchester County Commonwealth's Attorney

5 N Kent St, Winchester, VA

Phone: 540-667-5770
Fax: 540-665-9087
Maryland

Anne Arundel County State Attorney

7 Church Cir, Annapolis, MD

Phone: 410-222-1740
Fax: 410-222-1196

Baltimore County State Attorney

401 Bosley Ave, Towson, MD

Phone: 410-887-6600

Calvert County State Attorney

200 Duke St, Prince Frederick, MD

Phone: 410-535-1600

Carroll County State Attorney

55 N Court St, Westminster, MD

Phone: 410-386-2671
Fax: 410-876-9286

Charles County State Attorney

PO Box 3065, La Plata, MD

Phone: 301-932-3350
Fax: 301-870-3413

Frederick County State Attorney

100 W Patrick St, Frederick, MD

Phone: 301-600-1523
Fax: 301-600-2195

Howard County State Attorney

3451 Court House Dr, Ellicott City, MD

Phone: 410-313-3100
Fax: 410-313-3144

Montgomery County State Attorney

50 Maryland Ave, Rockville, MD

Phone: 240-777-7300
Fax: 240-777-7413
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Prince George's County State Attorney

14735 Main St, Upper Marlboro, MD

Phone: 301-952-3500

Washington County State Attorney

33 W Washington St, Hagerstown, MD

Phone: 240-313-2000
Fax: 240-313-2001
West Virginia

Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney

380 W S St, Martinsburg, WV

Phone: 304-264-1971

Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney

PO Box 729, Charles Town, WV

Phone: 304-728-3243

Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney

77 Fairfax St, Berkeley Springs, WV

Phone: 304-258-8621
District Of Columbia

District Of Columbia District Attorney

555 4th St NW, Washington, DC

Phone: 202-252-7566
Pennsylvania

Adams County District Attorney

111 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA

Phone: 717-337-9840
Fax: 717-334-3859

Franklin County District Attorney

157 Lincoln Way E, Chambersburg, PA

Phone: 717-261-3827

Fulton County District Attorney

126 N 2nd St, McConnellsburg, PA

Phone: 717-485-5419
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About State Attorney - District Attorneys

A states attorney or district attorney is an elected or appointed public official of a county or designated district whose duties are governed by state law. The district attorney manages the office if the prosecutor, investigates alleged crimes in conjunction with law enforcement, and file criminal charges or bringing evidence before the Grand Jury.

Specific duties may include the following:

To attend on the grand juries, advise them in relation to matters of law, and examine and swear witnesses before them. To draw up all indictments and to prosecute all indictable offenses. To prosecute and defend any civil action in the circuit court in the prosecution or defense of which the state is interested. To inquire whether registers have kept accurate required record books. If a criminal prosecution is removed from a court of his or her circuit, county, or division of a county to a court of the United States, to appear in that court and represent the state; and, if it is impracticable, consistent with his or her other duties, to attend that court, he or she may designate and appoint an attorney practicing therein to appear for and represent the state. To attend each special session of the circuit court held for the trial of persons charged with criminal offenses. To perform other duties and exercise other powers as are or may be required by law. To give every county official an opinion in writing on all matters connected with their respective offices, except in civil actions against official bonds. But county commissions may retain or employ attorneys when it is deemed advisable or necessary, and the agreed compensation to them may be paid as are claims to grand and petit jurors. To, whenever requested to do so by the Governor or by the Board of Pardons and Paroles, make a full and thorough investigation in each case arising in their circuit, county, or division of a county, and fully report their findings, with recommendations that pardon or parole be granted or refused, and they shall assign fully and in detail their reasons for the recommendations. To go to any place in the state and prosecute any case or cases, or work with any grand jury, when called upon to do so by the Attorney General or the Governor, and to attend sessions of courts and transact all of the duties of the district attorney in the courts whenever called upon by the Attorney General or the Governor to do so. All district attorneys and all full-time assistant district attorneys shall devote their entire time to the discharge of the duties of their respective offices, and each and every one of the officers are prohibited from practicing law, directly or indirectly, in any court of this state or of the United States, or in any other manner or form whatsoever, except in the discharge of the official duties of their offices. To carefully read and check the record on appeal in all criminal cases appealed from the circuit court of their judicial circuit to the Court of Criminal Appeals or the Supreme Court of the state, and call to the attention of the trial judge any errors or discrepancies that may appear in the record. To, whenever requested by the Attorney General, file memorandum briefs in all criminal cases appealed from the circuit court of their judicial circuits to the Court of Criminal Appeals or the Supreme Court of the state. To attend all hearings in their judicial circuits on any application for probation and furnish the trial judge or the judge hearing the application with all information in their possession concerning the applicant for probation. To represent the board of registrars of the county or counties comprising their judicial circuits in all civil actions for damages that are filed against the boards of registrars arising out of the performance of their official duties, in either the circuit court of their judicial circuits or in the United States district courts. To attend all clemency hearings before the Governor of the state, in all cases arising in their judicial circuits, and furnish to the Governor, at those hearings, all pertinent information in their possession concerning the applicant or applicants for clemency. To attend all hearings in their respective judicial circuits for revocation of probation and furnish the trial judge, or the judge hearing the revocation, with all information in their possession concerning the case. To, at any time the grand jury is not in session, issue subpoenas to persons to come before them, and they shall have power to administer oaths to those persons and examine them as to any violation of the criminal laws of the state. To make application to the courts to place witnesses in criminal cases under bond for their appearance in court when they have information that the witnesses are about to leave the state. To, when requested to do so, represent the chief of police of any municipality in their respective judicial circuits in all habeas corpus proceedings filed in the circuit courts of their respective judicial circuits. To, when requested to do so by the Attorney General, assist the Attorney General in the prosecution of all impeachment proceedings which it is his or her duty to institute before a court involving any official or officials in their respective judicial circuits. To report to the State Board of Medical Examiners the name and address of any physician who is indicted or otherwise charged with any felony or any misdemeanor related to the practice of medicine.