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Snohomish County COVID-19 response - Restricted access to public facilities
Questions Asked by the Public
I have been a victim of identity theft, what do I do?
I need child support. Can you help me?
I want a divorce, I want to sue someone, or I want to adopt a child. Can the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office help me?
Does the Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office provide copies of police reports?
Can I talk to the elected Prosecuting Attorney? I think that's the person who is working on my case.
Where do I report for jury duty?
Questions Asked by Victims
How do I get a restraining order?
I want a protection order to keep my husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or other person away from me. Will the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office do this for me?
How do I find out if an offender has been released from jail or prison?
I feel that a crime has been committed. How do I press charges? Can I report a crime directly to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office?
What is my court date?
I am a victim in a criminal case and I want to drop the charges. Can I do that?
Questions Asked by Witnesses
Why am I a witness? I didn't see the crime occur.
Where do I park as a witness in a criminal case?
As a witness, do I have to talk in front of the defendant in court?
Who will be with me in court?
How long will I be at court as a witness?
What do I do if I can't attend court as a witness on the date stated in the subpoena?
Questions Asked by Defendants
I have a complaint about my attorney. Who do I contact?
Is there a warrant out for me?
Can I get my warrant quashed?
Who is my attorney?
What happens at arraignment?
Can I just pay my fine(s) and not have a court date?
Prosecutor Community Resources
Public Records Requests
Felony Diversion Program
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