Prosecutor

Responsibilities
The Prosecuting Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting all adult and juvenile felony cases referred by county law enforcement agencies, and all misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases referred by the county sheriff, the State Patrol, all state agencies, and some cities who have contracted with the county for misdemeanor prosecution services.

Programs & Units
The office provides the Therapeutic Alternatives to Prosecution (TAP) program, which holds selected offenders accountable for their offenses while avoiding the costs of case filing, court, and incarceration. The office maintains a Victim / Witness Unit, which provides advocacy services for crime victims and facilitates the testimony of crime victims.

Civil Division
The Civil Division of the office also serves as the legal advisor to all county departments and agencies and defends or prosecutes civil cases on behalf of county government. Additionally, the office litigates issues regarding child support in cases referred by the State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Child Support.

The Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney is elected to a four-year term and is in charge of prosecuting adult and juvenile felony cases in Snohomish County.
Justice Portal
Only authorized users, i.e., Law Enforcement Agencies, may use the Law Enforcement Justice Portal application.

Records Request
If you wish to make a request for records within the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office, please fill out the Public Disclosure Request Form.

Charging and Disposition Standards 
2014 Charging and Disposition Standards