Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm
fax: 507-765-4543 
Brett Corson, County Attorney
101 Fillmore St P.O. Box 466
Preston, MN  55965 

Attorney graphicWelcome to the Office of the Fillmore County Attorney
As your County Attorney, my goal is to bring justice to the victims of crimes and work to protect all the citizens of Fillmore County. I pledge to do so with integrity and with respect for and involvement in the communities my office services. 
My staff and I strive to work efficiently and effectively with our partners in the criminal justice system to reduce and prevent crime through both traditional criminal prosecution as well as innovative crime preventative model programs. These actions work to further the cause of justice and ensure and promote public safety while reducing the costs of the criminal justice system for you, the taxpayer. 
Join us in working to protect the safety of our community by reporting crimes and working with law enforcement. Join my staff and me in strengthening our communities by being actively involved in community service opportunities. 
Thank you for the opportunity to serve all citizens of Fillmore County. We are committed to fairness and justice as well as being careful stewards of the public trust. 
- Brett A. Corson

The Fillmore County Attorney is an elected position with a term of four years.  I began my first term in 2003 and work hard to ensure that Fillmore County continues  to be a safe and secure place to live, work and raise a family. 
My office is responsible for prosecuting all felonies which occur in Fillmore County. We also prosecute most gross misdemeanor and misdemeanor cases which occur outside of municipalities within the county. My office is responsible for prosecution of all juvenile matters wherever they occur in the county. 
In addition to criminal prosecution, my office handles all court cases involving zoning issues, child abuse and neglect, truancy, public guardianships and conservatorships, child support enforcement, and judicial commitments for chemical dependency and mental illness. 
The County Attorney's Office also advises the Board of County Commissioners and all other county offices on legal matters involving the county. Additionally, this office provides advice and assistance to all law enforcement personnel with respect to the investigation of crimes and offenses that occur in the county. Please visit the Attorney Services page for a more detailed explanation of all legal services provided by the County Attorney's Office. 

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