Court Appointed Clients
Free 30-minute consultation (by phone or in person)
If you are out of custody, you have been conditionally released.
Those conditions can include:
• keeping in good contact with your attorney
• making and keeping your appointments
• appearing at all court dates
• keeping the court and you attorney apprised of your current address and phone number at all times
• checking your mail often for court notices sent to you
• Our attorneys must get advance permission before speaking with anyone, including family members, about your case. Even if permission is granted, information is disclosed at the discretion of the attorney.
• We cannot give messages to clients in custody or set up visits
• To schedule an appointment, call the main number and ask to schedule an appointment with your attorney, your attorney does not schedule appointments, the office staff does.
• Office staff can also answer questions about scheduled court dates and appointments.
• If you cannot keep an appointment please call in advance to reschedule.
• If you are more than 10 minutes late for an appointment, you will need to reschedule.
• The best way to speak with your attorney is at a scheduled appointment. You may leave a specific message with office staff and the attorney will return your call as time allows. Our attorneys spend a large portion of their time in court appearances.
• For information about the return of bail money,
contact court records at 503-623-3154
• Polk County Jail - 503-623-9254
• Criminal Court Records - 503-831-1778
• Community Corrections (Parole and Probation) - 503-623-5226
• DHS (Child Welfare) - 503-623-8118
• Polk County Treasurers Office - 503-623-9264
• Juvenile Department - 503-623-2349
• Polk County District Attorney/Victim’s Assistance - 503-623-9268