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Lisa Burden, J.D.

Legal Writer

Lisa Burden, J.D., Legal Writer

Lisa Burden is a freelance writer with degrees in journalism and law. She writes about legal, business, technology, and energy topics. Her work has appeared in HR Dive, Legal Dive,, the Baltimore Business Journal, Credit Union Journal, and Energy Policy News.

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  • Attorney Intake Form: Getting Arrested

    Maximize your attorney meetings with FindLaw's intake form tips. Prep ahead for efficient, informed discussions with experienced criminal defense lawyers.

  • Missouri District Attorneys

    District Attorneys prosecute state law violations within their district. Learn about Missouri's prosecuting attorneys and how to contact them with FindLaw.

  • Mississippi District Attorneys

    Facing criminal charges in Mississippi? Findlaw explains the role of district attorneys and how a criminal defense lawyer can help.

  • Minnesota District Attorneys

    District attorneys are called "county attorneys" in Minnesota. Learn more with Findlaw's comprehensive guide.

  • Iowa District Attorneys

    District attorneys -- or "county attorneys" in Iowa -- represent the state in their district and file criminal charges. Learn more with FindLaw.

  • Indiana District Attorneys

    A District Attorney (D.A.) is the prosecuting officer of a criminal case. A D.A. is called a prosecutor in Indiana. Learn more with FindLaw.

  • Louisiana District Attorneys

    Are you facing criminal charges in Louisiana? Findlaw explains the role played by the District Attorney and the Attorney General.

  • Illinois District Attorneys

    Facing criminal charges in Illinois? The stakes are high and the process complex. Learn about prosecutors with FindLaw.

  • Connecticut District Attorneys

    Explore Connecticut's State's Attorney's roles, their districts, and the significance of legal representation with this comprehensive guide from FindLaw.

  • Delaware District Attorneys

    Delaware doesn't have district attorneys, so crimes are prosecuted by the Attorney General. Learn more with FindLaw.

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