21210 Department of Justice

Find 21210 Department of Justice, Justice Department and DoJ locations. The Department of Justice provides information on law enforcement and justice in the U.S.A., juvenile justice, the Attorney General, the Supreme Court, criminal justice degrees and criminal justice jobs, as well as information about justice career opportunities in its subsidiary agencies.


Westminster Maryland Department of Justice 101 North Court Street Westminster MD 21157 23.9 miles from 21210 410-386-2730


Washington DC Department of Justice 145 N Street Northeast Washington DC 20002 37.1 miles from 21210

Washington DC Department of Justice 500 1st Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 37.9 miles from 21210 202-615-6070

Washington DC Department of Justice 450 5th Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 38.2 miles from 21210 202-220-5600

Washington DC Department of Justice 600 E Street Northwest Washington DC 20004 38.2 miles from 21210 202-305-2935

Washington DC Department of Justice 633 Indiana Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20004 38.3 miles from 21210 202-654-6679

Washington DC Department of Justice 1400 New York Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20005 38.3 miles from 21210 202-514-3473

Washington DC Department of Justice 1331 F Street Northwest Washington DC 20004 38.4 miles from 21210 202-514-8196

Washington DC Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20530 38.5 miles from 21210 202-514-3521

Falls Church Virginia Department of Justice 5107 Leesburg Pike Falls Church VA 22041 44.0 miles from 21210 703-305-0169

Ashburn Virginia Department of Justice 45201 Research Place Ashburn VA 20147 48.0 miles from 21210 703-777-0303

Leesburg Virginia Department of Justice 18 East Market Street Leesburg VA 20176 52.6 miles from 21210 703-777-0303

What is the difference between a U.S. Attorney and a state prosecutor?

A U.S. Attorney represents the United States government in federal cases that are heard in federal courts. State prosecutors represent the state in cases involving state law that are heard in state courts. Both state and federal law are involved in some cases, which can result in both the U.S. and the state prosecuting a case.

Can the Department of Justice represent me in my case?

The Department of Justice does not represent individuals in legal matters or lawsuits. The Department of Justice represents the U.S. or state government and their employees and agencies.

How does the Office of Justice Programs help local law enforcement?

The Office of Justice Programs gathers and disseminates information on best practice in law enforcement, maintains detailed law enforcement statistics, and provides funding to state and local law enforcement agencies through numerous grant programs.