Green’s Dictionary of Slang

cutor n.1

also cuter, cutter
[abbr. SE prosecutor]

(US) a prosecuting attorney; thus big cutor, a district attorney.

[US]J. Black You Can’t Win (1927) 227: ‘He’ll appear when you go on trial at the next term of court,’ said the ’cutor.
[US]Ersine Und. and Prison Sl.
[US]D. Lamson We Who Are About to Die 195: You holler bum beef, an’ it makes the bulls mad, an’ it makes the ’cutors mad.
[US]E. Anderson Thieves Like Us (1999) 35: This Colorado ’cuter was after me.
[US]J. Evans Halo in Blood (1988) 220: No ’cutor’s going to make a case out of that many guesses.
[US]Monteleone Criminal Sl. (rev. edn) 21: big cutor District Attorney.
[US]Goldin et al. DAUL 54/2: Cutter. (South; scattered Western areas) The prosecuting attorney.
[US]Ragen & Finston World’s Toughest Prison 796: cutor – A prosecuting attorney.