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 County Attorney
 Although various local courts will prosecute different degrees of crimes, the County Attorney will usually handle Class A and B Misdemeanors and Class C Misdemeanors that occur in unincorporated portions of the county, the District Attorney handles felonies, and Municipal Court handles Class C Misdemeanors that occur in the City limits. Potter County Attorney 379-2255; Randall County Attorney 468-5500.
 District Attorney
 Potter and Randall counties each have a District Attorney. The District Attorney handles only the most serious crimes (felonies). These cases are filed in a District Court. Potter County District Attorney 379-2325; Randall County District Attorney 468-5600.
 The City Prosecutors' Office is located at 201 S.E. 4th Avenue. For answers to questions concerning the filing of criminal charges or legal questions concerning a citation call 378-3082.
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