Lake County Public Defender Records Search

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

Montana State Public Defenders Office Ste 11, 110 Main St Polson MT 59860 406-883-6080

Montana State Public Defenders Office 248 3rd Ave E Kalispell MT 59901 39.7 miles from Lake County 406-751-6080

Montana State Public Defenders Office 610 Woody St Missoula MT 59802 53.1 miles from Lake County 406-523-5140

Libby Public Defenders Office 418 Mineral Ave Libby MT 59923 85.3 miles from Lake County 406-293-7781

Hamilton Public Defenders Office 300 S 2nd St Hamilton MT 59840 96.7 miles from Lake County 406-363-7999

Anaconda Public Defenders Office 118 Cherry St Anaconda MT 59711 117.5 miles from Lake County 406-563-6586

Montana State Public Defenders Office 139 N Last Chance Gulch Helena MT 59601 120.6 miles from Lake County 406-444-0104

Bonner County Public Defenders Office 406 S Ella Ave Sandpoint ID 83864 122.6 miles from Lake County 208-255-7889

Kootenai County Public Defenders Office 500 North Government Way Coeur d'Alene ID 83814 125.8 miles from Lake County 208-664-1347

Montana State Public Defenders Office Fl 3, 615 2nd Ave N Great Falls MT 59401 130.2 miles from Lake County 406-770-3200

Montana State Public Defenders Office 44 W Park St Butte MT 59701 134.3 miles from Lake County 406-496-6380

Spokane County Public Defenders Office 1033 West Gardner Avenue Spokane WA 99201 155.6 miles from Lake County 509-477-4246

Bozeman Public Defenders Office 502 South 19th Avenue Bozeman MT 59718 197.5 miles from Lake County 406-582-2450

Havre Public Defenders Offices 415 4th Ave Havre MT 59501 212.7 miles from Lake County 406-265-2199

Pendleton Public Defenders Office 331 Southeast Byers Avenue Pendleton OR 97801 261.0 miles from Lake County 541-276-0244

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.