Madison County District Attorney's Office
The District Attorney of the 23rd Judicial Circuit is the Chief Law Enforcement Official in Madison County who represents the people of the State of Alabama in prosecuting all felony and some misdemeanor criminal cases which occur within Madison County. He employs a staff of twenty-five Assistant District Attorneys to support him in his duties which are specifically enumerated by Alabama Law. The District Attorney and his Assistants are prohibited by law from giving legal advice to
the general public or acting on any private legal matter. Legal consultation with the District Attorney is limited to victims and witnesses who are involved with criminal cases pending in Madison County. The District Attorney’s office works closely with every component of law enforcement and the courts to seek justice for crime victims in Madison County. For their own protection, criminal defendants are strongly advised not to contact the District Attorney's Office, except through counsel.This Website is designed to introduce you to the office and assist the citizens of Madison County in navigating through the legal justice system if they are the victim of crime, in need of Child Support assistance, or a merchant in need of assistance with the collection of worthless checks. A number of specialized support units help in the administration of justice and the protection of the rights of children, victims and witnesses.Office hours are 8am – 5pm, Monday through Friday. The main office is located on the 4th floor of the Madison County Courthouse at 100 North Side Square, Huntsville, Alabama 35801. Some of the specialized units have satellite offices outside the courthouse.To report a crime, you should contact your local law enforcement agency. If you are in need of emergency law enforcement assistance in the Madison County area, help can be obtained by dialing 911. Crimes should be reported directly to local law enforcement agencies to ensure that they are properly investigated. If warranted, that agency will then bring the case to the District Attorney’s office for prosecution. More information on reporting a crime may be found under the Links menu.