The Shiawassee County, Michigan Public Defender’s Office is located in Corunna, Michigan. With one Director, one Deputy Director, three Assistant Public Defenders, and two Legal Assistants, they provide legal representation, consultation, and advice to clients. This office also represents clients through criminal investigative proceedings, creating a defense plan, doing legal investigative research, interviewing the necessary clients and witnesses, working closely with clients, and discussing relevant information and strategies. The office provides high-quality, client-centered legal representation to indigent persons accused of crimes, misdemeanor and felony cases. 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. Individuals may contact the organization directly or work through an attorney for more information or file a claim. Please visit their website for details about who qualifies for representation by the Public Defender’s Office and how and when you can apply.