The prosecuting officer of a judicial district.(noun)
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Use "district attorney" in a sentence
"The assistant district attorney arrived as the police commander and I pulled up in front of the sixty-four-unit apartment building."
"I had to explain to the district attorney that Carolyn Otto had given Gram an oleander as a gift upon her return from Morocco."
"Aaron Dennis looked as if he were in utter ecstasy as the attractive assistant district attorney grinned slowly while tenderly rubbing his hairy chest."