Greene County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Changes Due to COVID-19 Virus Issue Taking effect on June 1, 2020.

    1. The office will be open to the public as of 06/01/2020 with the exception of the Civil Division entrance door.
    2. Visitors are required to wear a face covering. Masks will be available to visitors and staff.

Mission Statement:

 The mission of the Office of the Greene County Prosecuting Attorney is to make Greene County a safe community for families and businesses through effective and competent prosecution of criminal offenders, steadfast and compassionate advocacy to crime victims, and accurate, timely legal advice and counsel to county and township officials. 

The Prosecuting Attorney represents the State of Ohio by inquiring into and prosecuting felony crimes committed by adults and all offenses committed by juveniles. The Greene County Prosecuting Attorney is also legal counsel for county officials, county agencies, townships and various boards. Please review our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to many common questions about the court process and how our office works.
  1. Jury Convicts Hicks

    On Wednesday, September 23, 2020, the trial team of Michele Henne, Victim Advocate Riki Karolyi, and Fairborn Det. Jacob Osburn was successful in convicting Kyle Hicks of Fairborn... Read on...
  2. Greene County Jury Convicts Drug Trafficker

    On Wednesday, September 16, 2020, after a three day trial, Eriq McCorkle was convicted on all 8 counts... Read on...
  3. Suzanne Schmidt Celebrates 40 Years at the Greene County Prosecutor's Office

    On this day in 1980, First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and Criminal Division Chief Suzanne Schmidt began her career... Read on...
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