53216 Public Defender Records Search

See 53216 Public Defenders and search free public defenders records. Public defenders are attorneys hired by the court to represent individuals who cannot afford legal representation.

Milwaukee County Public Defenders Office 10201 West Watertown Plank Road Wauwatosa WI 53226 4.3 miles from 53216 414-266-1210

Waukesha County Public Defenders Office 407 Pilot Court Waukesha WI 53188 13.4 miles from 53216 262-521-5173

Wisconsin State Public Defenders Office 121 W Main St Port Washington WI 53074 21.5 miles from 53216 262-284-4205

West Bend Public Defenders Office 155 N Main St West Bend WI 53095 25.6 miles from 53216 262-335-5370

Racine Public Defenders Office 718 Grand Ave Racine WI 53403 26.7 miles from 53216 262-638-7530

Kenosha Public Defenders Office 604 57th Street Kenosha WI 53140 35.6 miles from 53216 262-653-6404

Elkhorn Public Defenders Office 209 Oconnor Dr Elkhorn WI 53121 41.5 miles from 53216 262-723-3212

Jefferson Public Defenders Office 110 West Linden Drive Jefferson WI 53549 42.4 miles from 53216 920-674-2800

Juneau Public Defenders Office 820 N Main St Juneau WI 53039 43.0 miles from 53216 920-386-5577

Sheboygan Public Defenders Office 1426 North 5th Street Sheboygan WI 53081 48.5 miles from 53216 920-459-4026

Lake County Public Defenders Office Ste 2, 15 S County St Waukegan IL 60085 50.8 miles from 53216 847-377-3360

Fon Du Lac State Public Defenders Office 160 South Macy Street Fond du Lac WI 54935 53.1 miles from 53216 920-929-3990

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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.