The Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney occupies a critical position in the criminal justice system. Commonly referred to as the District Attorney in most states, the Commonwealth’s Attorney must focus the power of the state on those who defy its laws. As legal representative for the people, the Commonwealth’s Attorney has the duty to seek justice for all.

Thomas B. Wine - click for bio
Thomas B. Wine was elected as the Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 30th Judicial Circuit in November 2012. His six-year term of office began on January 1, 2013.

Our Mission is To Do Justice.

Our Vision is a criminal justice system in which all parties and participants receive or dispense fair and respectful treatment and the justice that each deserves.

We Value:

  • Ethics, Integrity, and Justice, which guide our actions;
  • Professionalism, Teamwork, and Excellence of our prosecutors and support staff;
  • Hard Work and Dedication to our Mission;
  • Fairness, Diligence, and Respect to all, including victims, witnesses, judges, defense lawyers, defendants, jurors, law enforcement personnel, clerks, court personnel, deputy sheriffs, probation and parole officers, corrections staff, and all others involved in the criminal justice system; and,
  • Collaboration and Partnership with other advocates for justice in the system.