Morrow Public Defenders

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


Clayton County Public Defenders Office 146 N McDonough St Jonesboro GA 30236 4.0 miles from Morrow 678-479-5036


Fayette County Public Defenders Office 175 Johnson Ave Fayetteville GA 30214 11.3 miles from Morrow 770-716-4340

Fulton County Public Defenders Office 137 Peachtree St SW Atlanta GA 30303 12.4 miles from Morrow 404-612-5200

DeKalb County Public Defenders Office Ste 408, 120 W Trinity Pl Decatur GA 30030 13.7 miles from Morrow 404-371-2222

Henry County Public Defenders Office 30 Atlanta Street McDonough GA 30253 14.1 miles from Morrow 770-288-7460

Rockdale County Public Defenders Office 882 N Main St NW Conyers GA 30012 19.3 miles from Morrow 770-278-7820

Douglas County Public Defenders Office 8700 Hospital Dr Douglasville GA 30134 25.4 miles from Morrow 770-949-1096

Newton County Public Defenders Office 1160 Pace St NE Covington GA 30014 27.5 miles from Morrow 770-788-3750

Jackson Public Defenders Office 25 3rd St Jackson GA 30233 28.9 miles from Morrow 770-775-9390

Coweta County Public Defenders Office Ste B, 8 Madison St Newnan GA 30263 30.1 miles from Morrow 770-254-2704

Walton County Public Defenders Office 203 Milledge Ave Monroe GA 30655 39.0 miles from Morrow 770-266-1540

Carroll County Public Defenders Office 306 Tanner Street Carrollton GA 30117 42.5 miles from Morrow 770-832-1471

Forsyth Public Defenders Office 560 N Lee St Forsyth GA 31029 43.1 miles from Morrow 478-994-0040

Meriwether County Public Defenders Office 559 S Talbotton St Greenville GA 30222 43.8 miles from Morrow 706-672-2058

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.