Riverside Public Defender Records Search

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


Cook County Public Defenders Office 1500 Maybrook Drive Maywood IL 60153 3.0 miles from Riverside 708-865-6041


Cook County Public Defenders Office Rm 141, 10220 S 76th Ave Bridgeview IL 60455 8.6 miles from Riverside 708-974-6470

Cook County Public Defenders Office 1121 S State St Chicago IL 60605 10.1 miles from Riverside 312-435-4907

Cook County Public Defenders Office 5600 Old Orchard Rd Skokie IL 60077 16.3 miles from Riverside 847-470-7400

Du Page County Public Defenders Office 503 N County Farm Rd Wheaton IL 60187 17.1 miles from Riverside 630-407-8300

Cook County Public Defenders Office 2121 Euclid Ave Rolling Meadows IL 60008 20.4 miles from Riverside 847-818-2470

Will County Public Defenders Office Ste 210, 58 E Clinton St Joliet IL 60432 25.0 miles from Riverside 815-727-8666

Kane County Public Defenders Office Ste 200, 37W777 Il Route 38 Saint Charles IL 60175 28.2 miles from Riverside 630-232-5835

Lake County Public Defenders Office 2293 N Main St Crown Point IN 46307 35.1 miles from Riverside 219-755-3550

Kendall County Public Defenders Office 807 W John St Yorkville IL 60560 35.4 miles from Riverside 630-553-4215

Lake County Public Defenders Office Ste 2, 15 S County St Waukegan IL 60085 36.5 miles from Riverside 847-377-3360

De Kalb County Public Defenders Office 133 W State St Sycamore IL 60178 46.0 miles from Riverside 815-899-0760

Mc Henry County Public Defenders Office 2200 North Seminary Avenue Woodstock IL 60098 47.6 miles from Riverside 815-334-4170

Kankakee County Public Defenders Office 450 E Court St Kankakee IL 60901 49.2 miles from Riverside 815-937-2965

Kenosha Public Defenders Office 604 57th Street Kenosha WI 53140 52.0 miles from Riverside 262-653-6404

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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.