Alabama District Attorneys
Criminal charges are filed by the state's District Attorney (or "D.A."), representing one or more counties. Some states use other terms, such as "State's Attorney" or "County Attorney," and they're often referred to simply as "prosecutors." Alabama has 41 judicial districts, each representing one or up to five counties. Sometimes it makes sense to contact the D.A.'s office, but this should be done with the advice and counsel of an attorney.
Learn about Alabama's District Attorneys, the role of the Attorney General, and more in the following sections.
Alabama Attorney General's Office
The state Attorney General is the top prosecutor and law enforcement official in the state, responsible for the entire state (whereas the District Attorneys each represent a limited region with the state). The Alabama Attorney General's office handles matters of state litigation and files lawsuits on behalf of state residents.
Directory of Alabama District Attorneys
The state of Alabama is divided into 41 judicial districts (42, if you include the split 10th District). To learn more about your local district or to contact their office, click on the corresponding link below.
Note: Although we strive to provide the most current contact and website information available for the D.A. offices in this state, this information is subject to change. If you have found contact or website information that is not current, please contact us.
Get Professional Legal Help With Your Alabama Criminal Case
When the Alabama District Attorney decides to file charges against you, it means they've built a case and have people working to get a conviction. That's why it's so crucial to ensure that you also have adequate legal counsel on your side, which is your constitutional right. Don't leave it up to guesswork; contact an experienced Alabama criminal defense attorney near you today.