Arden-Arcade Public Defender Records Search

See Arden-Arcade CA Public Defenders and search free public defenders records. Public defenders are attorneys hired by the court to represent individuals who cannot afford legal representation.

Sacramento County Public Defenders Office 9591 Kiefer Boulevard Sacramento CA 95827 4.6 miles from Arden-Arcade 916-875-5077

Yolo County Public Defenders Office 814 North St Woodland CA 95695 21.7 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-666-8165

Placer County Public Defenders Office 11760 Atwood Road Auburn CA 95603 27.6 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-889-0280

Placerville Public Defenders Office 630 Main St Placerville CA 95667 32.9 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-621-6440

Sutter County Public Defenders Office 604 B Street Yuba CA 95991 38.7 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-822-7355

Yuba County Public Defenders Office 303 6th St Marysville CA 95901 38.8 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-741-2331

Solano County Public Defenders Office Ste 3500, 675 Texas St Fairfield CA 94533 43.4 miles from Arden-Arcade 707-784-6700

San Joaquin County Public Defenders Office Ste A, 102 S San Joaquin St Stockton CA 95202 45.3 miles from Arden-Arcade 209-468-2730

Calaveras County Public Defenders Office # B, 692 Marshall Ave San Andreas CA 95249 47.8 miles from Arden-Arcade 209-754-4321

Nevada County Public Defenders Office Ste 6, 224 Main St Nevada CA 95959 49.6 miles from Arden-Arcade 530-265-1400

San Joaquin County Public Defenders Office 535 W Mathews Rd French Camp CA 95231 50.0 miles from Arden-Arcade 209-468-4252

Napa County Public Defenders Office Ste 265, 1127 1st St Napa CA 94559 53.4 miles from Arden-Arcade 707-253-4442

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About Public Defenders

A public defender is an attorney who represents people who cannot afford to hire legal representation. Public defenders also represent juveniles, people facing civil commitment, and others who need legal advocacy but cannot afford an attorney. Public defenders are appointed by the court.

Public defenders keep records on their cases, including trial records, investigation reports, and certain financial documents. Some of these records are available to the public.