Georgia

Office of the Public Defender - Waycross Circuit

Who We Are

How to Get Help

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Information

The Office of the Public Defender was created by the Georgia Legislature in 2003. The office reports to the Georgia Public Defender Standards Council. The Office is responsible for providing zealous representation to indigent accused persons in criminal matters. If an individual cannot afford a lawyer in a criminal matter, the court will refer the individual to the Office of the Public Defender.


Who We Serve

Area(s)
  • Bacon County
  • Brantley County
  • Charlton County
  • Coffee County
  • Pierce County
  • Ware County
Income Guidelines

The Office of the Public Defender was created by the Georgia Legislature in 2003. The office reports to the Georgia Public Defender Standards Council. The Office is responsible for providing zealous representation to indigent accused persons in criminal matters. If an individual cannot afford a lawyer in a criminal matter, the court will refer the individual to the Office of the Public Defender.

See:

http://www.gidc.com/cpdsystem-standards-determining_indigence.htm

Your family's income should be at or below the following percentage of the federal poverty level
150
Is this organization accessible by wheelchair?
YES
Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired?
YES
Eligibility Restrictions

This program does not serve: Community Groups

Type of Help

This group provides the following types of services based on your legal needs and its resources:
  • Full Legal Representation

General Contact Information

Address
Office of the Public Defender - Waycross Circuit
605 Church St. Suite D (map)
Okefenokee, GA 31501
Phone
912-287-4360
Fax
912-287-4362