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Fort Smith Sebastian County Courts Building
901 South B Street
Fort Smith, AR 72901

Monday through Friday
8 am-5 pm

Main Office: 479-783-8976
Restitution/Fines:  479-784-1554

Victim Witness:  479-783-1069


Fax: 479-784-1551
For emergencies, call 911

Greenwood Courthouse
301 E. Center, 1st Floor
Greenwood, AR 72936

Monday through Friday
8 am-5 pm

Ph: 479-996-1789



• Does this office give legal advice?   No, the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office does not provide civil legal advice to the public.

• Should crimes be reported to this office? This is not an investigating office. If you believe a crime has been committed, you should contact your local police department or the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office.

• What happens in a trial? The Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has the responsibility to present the evidence that a crime has been committed by the accused. The defendant will be present throughout the trial, and the defense may also present evidence. A trial may be held before a judge or a judge and jury.





Fort Smith Court House
35 South 6 St.
Fort Smith, AR

Justice Building
901 South B St.
Fort Smith, AR

Greenwood Courthouse
11 Town Square
Greenwood, AR 72936

Sheriff Department
800 South A Street
Fort Smith, AR  72901


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