Office of the Colorado State Public Defender’s Grand Junction Office
The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender’s Grand Junction Office is a branch office located in Grand Junction, Colorado. With one state public defender, one first assistant state public defender, two chief deputy public defenders and two chief trial deputies, this office serves the Grand Junction County. The mission of the Office of the State Public Defender’s Grand Junction Office is to defend and protect the rights, liberties, and dignity of those accused of crimes who cannot afford to retain counsel. Public defenders also protect and defend their juvenile clients’ legal rights. The Colorado State Public Defender’s office has 21 regional trial offices, a centralized appellate office that handles appeals from every jurisdiction in the state, as well as a centralized state administrative office. Their website has forms and documents for defendants seeking criminal defense. Office of the Colorado State Public Defenders have also provided a list of resources in the state of Colorado and answers to questions on consequences of conviction. The attorneys at the Public Defender’s office also represent juveniles, persons under the age of 18, accused of committing delinquent acts in Colorado. For more information on the services of the Office of the Colorado State Public Defender’s Douglas Office, please contact them directly.
Legal Aid of Wyoming is a non-profit law firm providing legal assistance to low-income individuals living in Wyoming. Legal Aid provides representation in many types of civil cases, but they cannot represent defendants in criminal cases.