Mesopotamia Public Defender Records Search

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


Ohio State Public Defenders Office 112 E Market St Warren OH 44481 16.9 miles from Mesopotamia 330-395-5519


Lake County Public Defenders Office Ste 2, 125 E Erie St Painesville OH 44077 23.8 miles from Mesopotamia 440-350-3200

Portage County Public Defenders Office Ste 302, 209 S Chestnut St Ravenna OH 44266 25.6 miles from Mesopotamia 330-297-3665

Ashtabula County Public Defenders Office 4817 State Road Ashtabula OH 44004 29.4 miles from Mesopotamia 440-998-2628

Cuyahoga Public Defenders Office Ste 400, 310 W Lakeside Ave Cleveland OH 44113 38.6 miles from Mesopotamia 216-443-7223

Akron Public Defenders Office 50 South Main Street Akron OH 44308 39.0 miles from Mesopotamia 330-375-5739

Mercer County Public Defenders Office 120 South Diamond Street Mercer PA 16137 40.5 miles from Mesopotamia 724-662-3800

Meadville Public Defenders Office 903 Diamond Park Meadville PA 16335 43.5 miles from Mesopotamia 814-333-7367

Lawrence County Public Defenders Office 430 Court St New Castle PA 16101 45.1 miles from Mesopotamia 724-656-2162

Stark County Public Defenders Office Ste UP, 200 Tuscarawas St W Canton OH 44702 50.6 miles from Mesopotamia 330-451-7200

Medina County Public Defenders Office 120 West Washington Street Medina OH 44256 52.2 miles from Mesopotamia 330-764-8437

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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.