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OUR MISSION

The office of the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney is charged with the responsibility of representing the State of Ohio in all felony prosecutions resulting from crimes committed within Clark County, Ohio.  In addition, the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney convenes and conducts Grand Jury proceedings, conducts juvenile prosecutions, including felony, misdemeanor, and traffic cases, provides information and assistance to the victims of crime, and represents various Clark County governmental offices, and Townships.

The Criminal Divison is dedicated to providing members of our community with a safe place to live by holding the guilty accountable, and protecting the innocent through felony investigations, and prosecutions.

The Civil Division promotes good, efficient government through the effective representation of all County and Township governmental agencies within Clark County.

The Juvenile Division seeks to help rehabilitate the children of Clark County through delinquency prosecutions in matters involving criminal, and traffic offenses perpetrated by those who are under the age of 18.  Also, the Juvenile Division helps to protect children by instituting child abuse, neglect, and dependency cases with the goal of helping to improve the family situation, but also resulting in the termination of parental rights in the most severe cases.

The Victim Witness seeks to assist victims and witnesses as their cases progress through the criminal justice system.

 

Clark County Prosecutor D. Andrew Wilson, or one of the Assistant Prosecutors, would be happy to speak to your group, class, or organization as their schedules permit.  To schedule a speaking engagement please contact Jackie Sheppeard at (937) 521-1788, or at .


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D. Andrew Wilson
Prosecutor 
Email
 
50 E. Columbia St.
Suite 449
Springfield, OH 45502

Ph: 937-521-1770
Fx: 937-328-2657

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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