Port Charlotte Public Defender Records Search

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

Charlotte County Public Defenders Office 350 East Marion Avenue Punta Gorda FL 33950 5.4 miles from Port Charlotte 941-637-2181

Venice Public Defenders Office Rm 221, 4000 Tamiami Trl S Venice FL 34293 18.2 miles from Port Charlotte 941-861-3540

Arcadia Public Defenders Office Ste 106, 115 E Oak St Arcadia FL 34266 22.1 miles from Port Charlotte 863-993-4891

Florida State Public Defenders Office 1039 SE 9th Pl Cape Coral FL 33990 26.5 miles from Port Charlotte 239-242-7701

Lee County Public Defenders Office 1700 Monroe St Fort Myers FL 33901 28.2 miles from Port Charlotte 239-533-2911

Sarasota County Public Defenders Office 2071 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota FL 34237 35.0 miles from Port Charlotte 941-951-5500

Hardee County Public Defenders Office 413 West Orange Street Wauchula FL 33873 42.5 miles from Port Charlotte 863-773-6758

Florida State Public Defenders Office Fl 4, 920 Manatee Ave W Bradenton FL 34205 44.9 miles from Port Charlotte 941-747-6436

Labelle Public Defenders Office 491 E Cowboy Way LaBelle FL 33935 45.3 miles from Port Charlotte 863-675-5263

Highlands County Public Defenders Office 510 Fernleaf Avenue Sebring FL 33870 54.2 miles from Port Charlotte 863-402-6724

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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.