- Alternate Public Defender
- Can you help me with my divorce, landlord/tenant issues, or small claims case?
- How do I get a lawyer?
- Who does my attorney work for?
- Is my lawyer really a lawyer?
- What kind of cases does the APD office handle?
- What is the difference between the Public Defender's office and the Alternate Public Defender's Office?
- Where are you located?
- How can I find out who my attorney is and when I go to court?
- Can I fire my lawyer?
- Contact List
- Marc Picker
Is my lawyer really a lawyer?
Yes. Every attorney in the Alternate Public Defender`s Office has graduated from law school, and taken and passed the Nevada Bar Exam. In order to be employed as an attorney in the APD office, the lawyer must be licensed in the State of Nevada to practice law, and be in good standing with the Nevada State Bar.