The Pershing County Public Defender’s Office is located in Lovelock, Nevada. This office provides legal representation when appointed by the Court to indigent clients in criminal, juvenile and child protection cases or any other case specified by the Court. In addition, one Public Defender and other supporting staff provide quality representation to indigent defendants accused of crimes in Pershing County. The Public Defender ensures that every accused citizen receives zealous and effective representation as mandated by the United States and Nevada Constitutions, regardless of financial resources. The roles and responsibilities of the Pershing County Public Defender’s Office are to provide legal representation, consultation, and advice to clients, represent clients through criminal investigative proceedings, create a defense plan, conduct legal investigative research, and interview the necessary clients and witnesses, work closely with clients, discuss relevant information and strategies. The Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the rights of criminal defendants, including the right to a public trial without unnecessary delay and the right to a lawyer. The privilege of offering representation to those in need is why the law has offered public defense services. For any clarification on the services of the Pershing County Public Defender’s Office, reach out to them using the contact information provided here.