The Bowman County State’s Attorney is an elected official and voted upon every four years.
The Bowman County State’s Attorney’s Office is primarily a prosecuting agency representing the citizens of Bowman County. The office handles felony, misdemeanor, infraction and traffic cases as well as juvenile court matters, child support enforcement, and mental health hearings. The State’s Attorney is the legal advisor for all county officials and chief prosecuting officer of the county.
The State’s Attorney’s Office does not conduct criminal investigations. If you feel that you are the victim of a crime, you should report it to law enforcement for investigation. Please call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency. If the crime occurred within city limits, it should be reported to the City of Bowman Police Department at (701) 523-5672. If the crime occurred in the county, or in a city without a police department, it should be reported to the Bowman County Sheriff’s Office at (701) 523-5421. After the investigation is completed by the appropriate agency, the State’s Attorney will review the matter and make a determination whether criminal charges will be filed and what the charges will be.
For information on obtaining a domestic violence restraining order, please contact Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center which serves southwestern North Dakota at 701-225-4506 or Toll Free 1-888-225-4506, click the Legal Self Help tab above, or contact private legal counsel. For a disorderly conduct restraining order, please click the above Legal Self Help tab or retain private legal counsel.
The North Dakota Century Code prohibits the State’s Attorney from advising persons on private matters. Civil matters should be handled by a private attorney.
PHONE: (701) 523-3407
Bowman County State’s Attorney
104 1st St NW, Suite 10
Bowman ND 58623
Monday – Thursday:
7:30am – 12:00pm MT
12:30pm – 4:30pm MT
7:30am – 12:00pm MT
(Closed on Legal Holidays)