Brown County TX District Attorney Office

Find Brown County, Texas district attorney offices, including DA, county, prosecuting, state, and commonwealth attorneys. District attorneys provide information on criminal court cases, public safety, legal cases, and law documents.


Brown County District Attorney 200 South Broadway Street Brownwood TX 76801 325-646-0444


Mills County District Attorney 200 South Broadway Street Brownwood TX 76801 325-646-0444

About Brown County District Attorney

The Brown County District Attorney is an attorney who prosecutes criminal cases for the government in Brown County, TX. The District Attorney is part of the Department of Justice and heads the Brown County Prosecutor's Office, staffed with multiple attorneys who act on behalf of the District Attorney. District Attorneys in Brown County take a lead role in multiple phases of a criminal case and exercise a great deal of discretion in how a case is handled. District Attorneys may delegate certain cases, or aspects of cases, to other attorneys in the Brown County DA's Office.

You may contact the District Attorney for questions about:
  • Brown County public criminal records
  • Brown County Court records
  • Criminal investigations and prosecutions
  • Jury selection process in Brown County, TX
  • Grand jury proceedings
Brown County Criminal Records

The DA's Office maintains public records that may be available upon request. These records include Brown County criminal records such as arrest records, police reports, and Brown County Court records and filings.

Criminal Prosecutions

The Brown County District Attorney decides whether or not to prosecute an offender in Brown County, Texas. The evidence provided by the Brown County Police Department, Brown County Sheriff's Department, or other Local Law Enforcement agency, may or may not be sufficient to move a case forward, and the Brown County DA's Office must evaluate the strength and admissibility of the available evidence before prosecuting the offender.

Brown County Grand Jury

The District Attorney is responsible for presenting evidence to the Brown County Grand Jury, which then decides whether or not there is probable cause for criminal charges. The Brown County DA also determines whether to offer or accept a plea bargain.

Jury Selections & Sentencing

For cases that go to trial in Brown County, the District Attorney, along with the Brown County Public Defender's Office, will select a jury. After jury selection, the District Attorney makes opening statements, presents the government's case for conviction, and makes objections to the Defense Attorney's case. If the jury convicts the individual accused of breaking Texas law, the Office of the Brown County DA makes recommendations for sentencing. If the jury finds the defendant not guilty, the District Attorney determines whether or not to appeal the case to a higher-level TX Court.