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Yvonne Rosales
District Attorney
Yvonne Rosales
34th Judicial District
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Corina Cervantes
Executive Assistant
CoCervantes@epcounty.com
(915) 546-2059 ext. 4320

Contact Information

500 E. San Antonio
2nd Floor
El Paso, Texas 79901
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Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm

Phone (915) 546-2059
Fax (915) 533-5520
Due to the sensitivity of all cases, we ask that you do not email any information or questions regarding a case. Please contact a Victim Advocate directly.
Email DARosales@epcounty.com

I am a victim in a criminal case, who can help me?

Please contact a Victim Assistance Advocate at 915-546-2091

How do I get a protective order?

Protective orders may be sought in cases involving domestic violence.

If you believe you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

For an emergency protective order, please contact your local law enforcement agency at 911.

For all other inquiries relating to protective orders, please contact the County Attorney’s Office at 915-546-2050 or at www.epcounty.com/ca

How can I check on the status of a criminal case pending in the District Attorney’s Office?

If you are a victim in a criminal case, please refer all of your questions to a Victim Assistance Advocate (915-546-2091).

Criminal case information that is public record can be obtained from the District Clerk’s Office (felony criminal cases) and the County Clerk’s Office (misdemeanor criminal cases). All other public case information and court hearing status can be obtained through a criminal case search on the El Paso County Website (www.epcounty.com)

I have been charged with a crime, can I speak to a DA?

The rules of professional conduct prohibit an attorney from communicating with a party to the lawsuit who is represented by a lawyer.