Oxford County is part of Prosecutorial District Three, which also includes Androscoggin and Franklin counties. The District Attorney is Andrew Robinson of Farmington, who worked as an Assistant District Attorney and then Deputy District Attorney for 15 years before his 2014 election. He is a graduate of both the University of Maine and the University of Maine School of Law.
The Oxford County District Attorney's Office is staffed full-time by Assistant District Attorneys Richard Beauchesne (since 1998) Joseph O'Connor (since 1990), and Alexandra Winter (since 2014). District Attorney Robinson, as well as attorneys from other offices within the district, are also available for grand jury, trial sessions and as otherwise needed.
The office has two paralegal-secretaries: Mariah Castonguay (since 2016) and Lisa Mack (since 2007). Mariah Castonguay is also the new Office Administrator. Our office also has a victim-witness advocate; Catherine Durost, specializing in domestic violence and sex crimes (since 2017).
A partial listing of the DA's duties includes:
The Oxford County District Attorney's Office prosecutes criminal cases for the following law enforcement agencies: Maine State Police, Oxford County Sheriff’s Department, Maine Warden Service, Maine Fire Marshal, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, Maine Forest Service, Bureau of Liquor Enforcement, Dept. of Probation & Parole (including juvenile caseworkers) and municipal police departments in Dixfield, Fryeburg, Mexico, Norway, Oxford, Rumford and South Paris.