Thank you for visiting the website of the District Attorneys’ Office in Judicial District 3A, which encompasses all of Pitt County, North Carolina. It is the duty of this office to represent the State with integrity and professionalism, while protecting victims and their rights, in the pursuit of justice.
The goal of this site is to make the information and services provided by the District Attorneys’ Office and the criminal justice system available to the public. Please take the time to search each web-page and explore all of the information we have provided you. Should you have any questions, we have also included details on how you may contact our office.
Your District Attorney
"District Attorney" commonly refers to an attorney for the community elected by the people in his/her district to represent the interests of the general public, including crime victims in court proceedings against people accused of committing crimes. Other jurisdictions use various terms: Prosecutor, U.S. Attorney (a federal prosecutor), Solicitor or State's Attorney.
The District Attorney is elected to a four-year term by the voters within the district he or she serves. District Attorneys are not allowed to engage in the private practice of law.
The primary duty of the District Attorney is to prosecute all criminal cases filed in the district. The District Attorney represents the state in all criminal and some juvenile matters. In addition, the District Attorney is responsible for preparing the criminal trial docket and advising law enforcement officers in the district.
The District Attorney for Pitt County is Kimberly S. Robb.