Warren County Pennsylvania Office of the District Attorney

Warren County Pennsylvania

Office of the District Attorney

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District Attorney Rob Greene
Rob Greene, District Attorney
My name is Rob Greene and I am honored to serve Warren County as your elected District Attorney.  As the District Attorney I am responsible for seeking justice for victims of crime and protecting the rights of the citizens of Warren County guaranteed by the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions.  I am confident that my office will carry out its mission with the integrity and respect that the residents of Warren County deserve.
 
Please take a look at our website to learn more about the function of the District Attorney's Office, the criminal justice system and some of the outreach programs my office supports and works closely with to help keep Warren County a safe place to live and raise a Family.
 
Feel free to contact me personally if you have any suggestions, comments or questions at: rgreene@warren-county.net.
Warren County District Attorney
Warren County Courthouse
204 4th Avenue
Warren, PA 16365
Telephone: (814) 728-3460
Facsimile: (814) 728-3483

"The prosecutor... enters a courtroom to speak for the People and not just some of the People.  The prosecutor speaks not solely for the victim, or the police, or those who support them, but for all the People.  That body of  'The People' includes the defendant and his family and those who care about him.  It also includes the vast majority of citizens who know nothing about a particular case, but who give over to the prosecutor the authority to seek a just result in their name." 

- Lindsey v. State, 725 P.2d 649 (Wyo. 1986).