See Tucson, AZ Public Defenders and search free public defenders records. Public defenders are attorneys hired by the court to represent individuals who cannot afford legal representation.
Tucson Public Defenders Office Ste 601, 103 E Alameda St Tucson AZ 85701 520-791-4857
The Tucson Public Defender's Office keep records on cases, including trial records, investigation reports, and certain financial documents in Tucson, AZ. Some of these Tucson public records are available upon request.Records available from the Tucson Public Defender's Office
Public Defenders in Tucson maintain files on every individual they are assigned to represent. This includes case files, investigation reports, indigence determination records, and more. Some of these public records can be requested from Public Defenders.Confidential Records in Tucson
Some Tucson Public Defender records, including case files, contain information that falls under attorney-client privilege. These records may not be available to the Tucson public. The rules vary by location, but in most places you cannot obtain case files and other records that are privileged according to Arizona State law. If you request a record that contains confidential information, the Tucson Public Defender's office may be willing to provide a redacted copy.
Clients of the Tucson Public Defender's Office always have a right to receive copies of their own case files. These are not considered Tucson public records requests because the case file is the property of the client.Tucson Financial Records
Public Defenders also maintain financial records that document payments made by the Tucson, Arizona Government for retaining the services of a Public Defender. These financial records are open to the Tucson public, and they can be requested from the Public Defender.Conflict of Interest Records
Public Defenders also file financial Conflict of Interest statements that can be requested through a public records request in Tucson. These requests can be made directly to the Tucson Public Defender. In some cases, the Public Defender's office may provide online request forms.Contact the Tucson Public Defender
You can request records from the Public Defender's Office in several ways including contacting the Tucson Office's Records Department and making requests through the Public Defender's website. You may also contact the Tucson Public Defender directly by email or telephone.