Find Your District Attorney
In North Carolina, the District Attorney (DA) is the constitutionally elected public official who represents the State in the prosecution of all criminal and juvenile matters. The district attorney supervises a staff of assistant district attorneys (ADA), legal assistants (LA), investigators, and other administrative professionals.
The District Attorney’s primary responsibilities, along with those of his or her assistants and staff, are to prosecute all criminal cases filed in District and Superior Courts, represent the State in Juvenile proceedings, prepare the criminal trial docket, and advise local law enforcement. The District Attorney is devoted to carrying out these duties full-time and does not engage in any other practice of law.
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The North Carolina Conference of District Attorneys offers a wealth of valuable information and assistance to prosecutors and their law enforcement partners. If you are unable to locate the answers you require, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team members. We are dedicated to providing guidance and direction to ensure that the needs of prosecutors are met with the utmost professionalism and respect.