Ogle County State Attorney in Oregon Illinois

Address and phone number for Ogle County State Attorney, a District Attorney Office, at South 5th Street, Oregon IL.


Name
Ogle County State Attorney
Address
105 South 5th Street, Oregon, Illinois, 61061
Phone
815-732-1170

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About the Ogle County State Attorney

The Ogle County State Attorney, located in Oregon, IL, is an agency that prosecutes criminal cases on behalf of the Oregon government. The District Attorney heads the Oregon Prosecutor's Office, directing the attorneys who work for the office. In Oregon, the District Attorney plays a central role in criminal cases, working with police to decide whether to bring charges and prosecuting the case in court. The DA's Office also maintains court records that are open to the public.

You may contact the District Attorney for questions about:
  • Oregon criminal records
  • Criminal investigations and prosecutions
  • Ogle County Court records
  • Jury selection process in Oregon
  • Victim assistance programs
Oregon Criminal Records

The District Attorney's Office keeps criminal records that are available to the public. These records can include Oregon arrest records, police reports, and court documents. Some criminal records may only be available to family members of the individual.

Oregon Court Records

The Ogle County State Attorney prosecutes criminal cases in Oregon. These criminal cases produce court records, including witness lists, sentencing recommendations, and testimony. While the DA's Office also maintains grand jury proceedings, these are not open to the public. The DA's Office makes other court records available to the public.

Criminal Prosecutions

In Oregon, the Ogle County District Attorney decides whether to bring an offender to trial. The DA has a great deal of latitude to choose not to prosecute or what charges to bring. The DA's Office works with Oregon and Ogle County law enforcement agencies to determine whether the evidence warrants prosecution. The DA also decides whether to offer a plea bargain or probation.

Ogle County Victim Assistance Programs

In Oregon, victim assistance programs help victims of crime. These programs connect the District Attorney's Office with crime victims to ensure the role of victims in a criminal case. Victim advocates help victims understand the criminal justice system, their rights as victims, and community services available to crime victims. Contact the DA's Office for more information about victim assistance programs.

Jury Selections & Sentencing

The District Attorney plays a role in jury selection and sentencing. Working with the Ogle County Public Defender's Office or opposing counsel, the DA selects a jury. During a trial, the DA then makes opening statements, presents the state's case, and cross examines witnesses. After a conviction, the Ogle County District Attorney makes a recommendation for sentencing. In the case of acquittal, the DA decides whether to appeal the case to an IL appeals court or refile the case. The District Attorney also decides whether to refile or dismiss the case if a trial ends in a deadlocked jury.

Contact the Ogle County State Attorney

You may contact the Ogle County State Attorney by calling 815-732-1170, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Ogle County State Attorney, 105 South 5th Street, Oregon, Illinois, 61061.