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How do I get a public defender?
The Court will make a determination of whether you are entitled to a Public Defender. If you are found to be indigent and eligible, an Attorney from our office will be appointed.
How do I know who my public defender is?
Once the Court has determined that you are eligible for a Public Defender, the Court notifies us electronically that we have been appointed. The secretaries then will assign the cases to an Attorney. After the secretaries have assigned the case to an Attorney, the client will then receive a copy of their charging information, docket sheet, and a card stating who their Attorney is and their contact information.
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