Where are the Public Defenders located?

Our location:

The Muskegon County Public Defenders are housed in two buildings on the old "South Campus" site of Baker College.  Using the map below, the criminal division is located at Building E, and the family division is located at Building F, on the 3rd floor. The two buildings are connected by a corridor between them.  The buildings are west of the Probation Office and East of the County Register of Deeds.  We suggest parking in the large lot behind the buildings using the Pine Street access.   

The addresses are as follows:

Muskegon County Public Defender

Criminal Division

155 E. Apple Ave.

Muskegon, MI  49442


Muskegon County Public Defender

Family Division 

165 E. Apple Ave., 3rd Floor

Muskegon, MI 49442

                           

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1. Who is the Public Defender for Muskegon County?
2. Where are the Public Defenders located?
3. When should one be represented by a private rather than a public defender attorney?
4. What if I hire a private attorney and run out of money before the case is over?
5. How can I be appointed a Public Defender on a Misdemeanor case?
6. How can I get a Public Defender on a felony case?
7. How do I find out who my lawyer is?
8. When is my next court date?
9. What if I cannot attend my court date?
10. What do I do if I miss my court date?
11. How do I change my lawyer?
12. What if my lawyer is not doing his or her job?
13. My witnesses are leaving town. They are about to erase the video. What do I do?
14. What can I do to help my case?
15. What if I do not have an attorney but have questions about a criminal matter?