Missouri District Attorneys

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A District Attorney (D.A.) is the prosecuting officer of a criminal case (i.e., the official who represents the government in the prosecution of criminal offenses). States often use different terminology, however, and Missouri District Attorneys are referred to as prosecuting attorneys. In order formally charge a suspect, the prosecuting attorney files the "information." Sometimes, depending on the nature of the case, the prosecutor will call for a grand jury investigation.

Depending on the nature of your case and the charges against you, you may sometimes want to speak with the prosecuting attorney in your jurisdiction. The following information will help you understand the role of a prosecutor and how to get in touch with them (it's advised not to do this on your own, but rather with the advice and assistance of legal counsel).

Missouri Attorney General

The Attorney General of Missouri, an elected position, represents the state as a whole in matters of litigation and also enforces laws that affect state residents, such as consumer protection laws.

Directory of Missouri Prosecuting Attorneys

There are 115 elected prosecutors in Missouri, corresponding with each county and including the City of St. Louis (a separate jurisdiction from St. Louis County). The following links provide more details and contact information for the prosecuting attorney in your county.

Adair County Prosecuting Attorney

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney

Andrew County Prosecuting Attorney

Maries County Prosecuting Attorney

Atchison County Prosecuting Attorney

Marion County Prosecuting Attorney

Audrain County Prosecuting Attorney

McDonald County Prosecuting Attorney

Barry County Prosecuting Attorney

Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney

Barton County Prosecuting Attorney

Miller County Prosecuting Attorney

Bates County Prosecuting Attorney

Mississippi County Prosecuting Attorney

Benton County Prosecuting Attorney

Moniteau County Prosecuting Attorney

Bollinger County Prosecuting Attorney

Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney

Boone County Prosecuting Attorney

Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney

Buchanan County Prosecuting Attorney

Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney

Butler County Prosecuting Attorney

New Madrid County Prosecuting Attorney

Caldwell County Prosecuting Attorney

Newton County Prosecuting Attorney

Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney

Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney

Camden County Prosecuting Attorney

Oregon County Prosecuting Attorney

Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney

Osage County Prosecuting Attorney

Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney

Ozark County Prosecuting Attorney

Carter County Prosecuting Attorney

Pemiscot County Prosecuting Attorney

Cass County Prosecuting Attorney

Perry County Prosecuting Attorney

Cedar County Prosecuting Attorney

Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney

Chariton County Prosecuting Attorney

Phelps County Prosecuting Attorney

Christian County Prosecuting Attorney

Pike County Prosecuting Attorney

Clark County Prosecuting Attorney

Platte County Prosecuting Attorney

Clay County Prosecuting Attorney

Polk County Prosecuting Attorney

Clinton County Prosecuting Attorney

Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney

Cole County Prosecuting Attorney

Putnam County Prosecuting Attorney

Cooper County Prosecuting Attorney

Ralls County Prosecuting Attorney

Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney

Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney

Dade County Prosecuting Attorney

Ray County Prosecuting Attorney

Dallas County Prosecuting Attorney

Reynolds County Prosecuting Attorney

Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney

Ripley County Prosecuting Attorney

DeKalb County Prosecuting Attorney

Saline County Prosecuting Attorney

Dent County Prosecuting Attorney

Schuyler County Prosecuting Attorney

Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney

Scotland County Prosecuting Attorney

Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney

Scott County Prosecuting Attorney

Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney

Shannon County Prosecuting Attorney

Gasconade County Prosecuting Attorney

Shelby County Prosecuting Attorney

Gentry County Prosecuting Attorney

St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney

Greene County Prosecuting Attorney

St. Clair County Prosecuting Attorney

Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney

St. Francois County Prosecuting Attorney

Harrison County Prosecuting Attorney

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney

Henry County Prosecuting Attorney

Ste. Genevieve County Prosecuting Attorney

Hickory County Prosecuting Attorney

Stoddard County Prosecuting Attorney

Holt County Prosecuting Attorney

Stone County Prosecuting Attorney

Howard County Prosecuting Attorney

Sullivan County Prosecuting Attorney

Howell County Prosecuting Attorney

Taney County Prosecuting Attorney

Iron County Prosecuting Attorney

Texas County Prosecuting Attorney

Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney

Vernon County Prosecuting Attorney

Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney

Warren County Prosecuting Attorney

Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney

Washington County Prosecuting Attorney

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney

Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney

Knox County Prosecuting Attorney

Webster County Prosecuting Attorney

Laclede County Prosecuting Attorney

Worth County Prosecuting Attorney

Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney

Wright County Prosecuting Attorney

Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney

 

Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney

 

Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney

Columbia City Prosecutor

Linn County Prosecuting Attorney

Kansas City City Prosecutor

Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney

St. Louis City Prosecutor

Macon County Prosecuting Attorney

Springfield City Prosecutor

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.

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