Frequently Asked Questions
What are the duties of the District Attorneys Council?
The District Attorneys Council (DAC) is a state agency which provides administrative, financial, and personnel support to the 27 Oklahoma district attorneys and their offices throughout the state. Additionally, the DAC provides CLE training and legal resources for Oklahoma prosecutors.
Where can I file a complaint against an attorney licensed in Oklahoma?
The Oklahoma Bar Association, 1901 North Lincoln, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 (405) 416-7000.
Are the District Attorneys in Oklahoma under the jurisdiction of the District Attorneys Council?
No. The 27 district attorneys in the state are elected officials and answer to registered voters in their respective judicial districts. The District Attorneys Council has no authority regarding a district attorney's decision to prosecute or not prosecute a criminal case. District Attorneys are licensed attorneys in Oklahoma and complaints may be filed with the Oklahoma Bar Association.
Where do I report a crime or criminal activity?
You must report crimes or criminal activity to local law enforcement to be investigated. Once the law enforcement agency completes their investigation their findings will be forwarded to the district attorney in that judicial district.
How do I find my district attorney?