Baltimore Public Defenders

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


Mary Land State Public Defenders Office Ste 1400, 6 Saint Paul St Baltimore MD 21202 410-767-8460


Baltimore County Public Defenders Office 200 Washington Avenue Towson MD 21204 6.8 miles from Baltimore 410-324-8900

Harford County Public Defenders Office 2 South Bond Street Bel Air MD 21014 21.4 miles from Baltimore 410-836-4880

Maryland Public Defenders Office Ste 710, 6411 Ivy Ln Greenbelt MD 20770 25.3 miles from Baltimore 301-344-0600

Westminster Public Defenders Office Ste PD, 101 N Court St Westminster MD 21157 27.5 miles from Baltimore 410-871-3636

Chestertown Public Defenders Office 115 Court St Chestertown MD 21620 29.8 miles from Baltimore 410-778-0809

Prince George's County Public Defenders Office Ste 101, 4990 Rhode Island Ave Hyattsville MD 20781 30.0 miles from Baltimore 301-699-2760

Montgomery County Public Defenders Office 199 E Montgomery Ave Rockville MD 20850 32.5 miles from Baltimore 240-777-7058

Prince George's County Public Defenders Office 14735 Main St Upper Marlboro MD 20772 34.2 miles from Baltimore 301-952-2100

Washington Public Defenders Office 500 Indiana Ave NW Washington DC 20001 35.6 miles from Baltimore 202-824-2830

Arlington Public Defenders Office Ste 201, 2300 Clarendon Blvd Arlington VA 22201 38.1 miles from Baltimore 703-875-1111

Alexandria Public Defenders Office Ste 200, 132 N Royal St Alexandria VA 22314 41.3 miles from Baltimore 703-746-4477

Frederick County Public Defenders Office 100 W Patrick St Frederick MD 21701 43.6 miles from Baltimore 301-600-1988

Talbot County Public Defenders Office Ste 308, 301 Bay St Easton MD 21601 45.9 miles from Baltimore 410-820-6100

York County Public Defenders Office 45 N George St York PA 17401 46.3 miles from Baltimore 717-771-9217

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.