How do I contact my Public Defender?

When you were approved for a Public Defender, the Court Clerk should have provided you with your Defender’s Introductory Letter. The Defender’s Introductory Letter is a letter from your Public Defender providing detailed information on how to contact him/her. If you have lost your Defender’s Introductory Letter, you may click on your Defender’s name below for his/her Introductory Letter:

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1. Who Can Get a Public Defender?
2. How do I apply for Public Defense?
3. How do I contact my Public Defender?
4. I have a warrant. What are my options?
5. I don’t like my public defender. What can I do?
6. How do I file a complaint against my Court Appointed Attorney?
7. What are my rights when charged with a crime?