30529 Public Defender Records Search

See 30529 Public Defenders and search free public defenders records. Public defenders are attorneys hired by the court to represent individuals who cannot afford legal representation.

Jackson County Public Defenders Office Ste 270, 5000 Jackson Pkwy Jefferson GA 30549 7.0 miles from 30529 706-387-6317

Athens Public Defenders Office 220 College Ave Athens GA 30601 18.9 miles from 30529 706-369-3119

Hall County Public Defenders Office 111 Spring St SE Gainesville GA 30501 20.4 miles from 30529 770-718-5523

Royston Public Defenders Office 846 Church St Royston GA 30662 21.7 miles from 30529 706-246-9320

Habersham County Public Defenders Office 405 Madison St Clarkesville GA 30523 27.5 miles from 30529 706-754-6427

Cleveland Public Defenders Office Ste C, 59 S Main St Cleveland GA 30528 30.7 miles from 30529 706-348-8577

Walton County Public Defenders Office 203 Milledge Ave Monroe GA 30655 32.0 miles from 30529 770-266-1540

Dawson County Public Defenders Office 1 Courthouse Sq Dawsonville GA 30534 39.0 miles from 30529 706-216-3853

Newton County Public Defenders Office 1160 Pace St NE Covington GA 30014 48.0 miles from 30529 770-788-3750

Rockdale County Public Defenders Office 882 N Main St NW Conyers GA 30012 48.8 miles from 30529 770-278-7820

Anderson County Public Defenders Office 301 Camson Rd Anderson SC 29625 50.6 miles from 30529 864-260-4048

DeKalb County Public Defenders Office Ste 408, 120 W Trinity Pl Decatur GA 30030 55.8 miles from 30529 404-371-2222

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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.