PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S OFFICE
The Prosecuting Attorney, chief law enforcement official in Emmet County, is responsible for a wide array of legal functions for the county with over 250 duties created by the state legislature. Click here to read more about the responsibilities and duties of the PA’s Office.
MESSAGE FROM THE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE CONCERNING COVID
The Prosecutor’s Office is open and operating for business as usual. All phone calls will be answered during normal business hours at (231) 348-1725 with voicemails being returned on our next business day. Please continue to use electronic means for providing paperwork. The general office email is [email protected].
Emmet County Prosecuting Attorney
James R. LindermanJames Linderman, a native of Harbor Springs, has served as Emmet County’s Prosecuting Attorney since January 2005, after winning his first election in November 2004. Linderman earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota Law School and also attended Indiana University where he received a master’s degree in business finance. He has worked, in some capacity, with the Emmet County’s prosecutor’s office for nearly 40 years, previously serving as the chief assistant prosecutor for years before being elected to lead the PA office. Linderman was reelected in November 2020 for another four-year term, beginning Jan. 1, 2021. He can be reached at [email protected].
|STEPHEN B. GRAHAM JR.
Chief Assistant Prosecutor
W.M.U. Cooley Law School
|CHRISTINE B. BURKE
University of Oregon School of Law
|ELISE G. PLANCON
Michigan State University College of Law
|GABRIEL R. MATTICE
William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii at Mano
Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Manager
Victim Advocate/Witness Coordinator
Child Support Specialist
Receptionist & Part-time Advocate