District Attorney's Office

Prosecutorial District Number 8

The District Attorney is elected every four years and the duties include prosecuting people who are accused of breaking the law in the State of Maine. When a crime is committed and the police charge a suspect, the charge is forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for prosecution. After the District Attorney’s Office approves the charges, the case will go to one of three types of courts. Misdemeanor and traffic cases go to District Court. Felonies go to Superior Court. Jury trials go to Superior Court. If a person accused of a misdemeanor crime wants a jury trial, the case can be transferred to Superior Court. Cases involving crimes committed by people under the age of 18 go to Juvenile Court.

District Attorney’s Office
144 Sweden Street, Suite 201
Caribou, Maine 04736
(207) 498-2557

District Attorney’s Office
27 Riverside Drive
Presque Isle, Maine 04769
(207) 764-0504

District Attorney’s Office
26 Court Street
Houlton, Maine 04730
(207) 532-4294

 

District Attorney
Todd Collins

Deputy District Attorney
Kari Wells-Puckett

Assistant District Attorneys

Christiana Rein
Matthew Hunter
Amanda Bridges
Ian Anderson
John Inglis

Video: The Role of a Prosecutor

Victim Witness Advocates
Amy Ward
Meaghan Flynn
Valerie Eldredge

Post Conviction Advocate – Office Support Supervisor
John Verno

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All Aroostook County Administrative Offices will be closed on the following dates:
July 4th-Independence Day; and July 5th-day after Independence Day.

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