Welcome to the Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney ("SCPA") web site. We hope you find it a useful resource to learn more about our office, its role in the community and the cases we handle.
Lawrence H. Haskell
Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney
To protect the public by providing: Competent and ethical prosecution; superior victim services; seeking justice in every case.
Public Safety Message from the Spokane County Commissioners
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For Questions or Information About a Current Prosecution Case
If you are being represented by an attorney, you must contact the attorney - not us. We are prohibited from discussing a case directly with a represented defendant, or friends or relatives of represented defendants.
Friends or relatives of a defendant should contact the jail for custody information, or the court for court dates OR contact the defendant's attorney.
If you are not represented, you may contact our receptionist at 477-3662.
The Office of the Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney consists of 66 attorneys, 66.5 support staff and 6.5 victim-witness staff members. The prosecuting attorney office is divided into the following units:
- Major Crimes
- Special Assault
- Domestic Violence
- District Court
- Family Law
The Office hours of the Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney are 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday thru Friday. Closed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM for lunch.
Our office is a proud member of the following organizations: