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Bexar County Criminal District Atty Fraud/Integrity Unit - San Antonio, TX

300 Dolorosa San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005

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300 Dolorosa San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005

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State of Texas, District Attorney's Office, Bexar County (Main Office) Suite 5010 300 Dolorosa 5th Floor San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3030 (210) 220-2311

Bexar County District Attorney Civil Section Bexar Co Justice Center 300 Dolorosa San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005 (210) 220-2333

Bexar County Criminal District Atty Appellate Division 300 Dolorosa St San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005 (512) 220-2379

Bexar County Criminal District Atty Misdemeanor Division 300 Dolorosa St San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005

Bexar County Criminal District Atty Felony Section 300 Dolorosa St San Antonio, TX 78205 - 3005

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