Atascosa County Public Defender Records Search

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

San Antonio Public Defenders Office 727 East César E. Chávez Boulevard San Antonio TX 78206 36.5 miles from Atascosa County 210-472-6700

Windcrest Public Defenders Office 5261 Walzem Rd Windcrest TX 78218 43.7 miles from Atascosa County 210-653-0311

Uvalde Public Defenders Office 216 West Main Street Uvalde TX 78801 78.9 miles from Atascosa County 830-278-4551

Corpus Christi Public Defenders Office 606 North Carancahua Street Corpus Christi TX 78401 102.6 miles from Atascosa County 361-888-3532

Travis County Public Defenders Office 2201 Post Road Austin TX 78704 104.5 miles from Atascosa County 512-854-4128

Webb County Public Defenders Office 1110 Washington Street Laredo TX 78040 112.3 miles from Atascosa County 956-523-4101

Texas State Public Defenders Office 1008 N Water St Burnet TX 78611 131.0 miles from Atascosa County 512-234-3077

Colorado County Public Defenders Office 316 Spring Street Columbus TX 78934 132.8 miles from Atascosa County 979-732-9425

Del Rio Public Defenders Office 111 E Broadway St Del Rio TX 78840 146.3 miles from Atascosa County 830-703-2040

Hidalgo County Public Defenders Office Ste B, 1615 S Closner Blvd Edinburg TX 78539 178.9 miles from Atascosa County 956-292-7040

Harris County Public Defenders Office 1201 Franklin Street Houston TX 77002 200.6 miles from Atascosa County 713-368-0016

Brownsville Public Defenders Office Rm 102, 600 E Harrison St Brownsville TX 78520 215.6 miles from Atascosa County 956-548-2573

Texas State Public Defenders Office 350 Magnolia Street Beaumont TX 77701 279.0 miles from Atascosa County 409-839-2608

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.