The Office of the Alternate Defense Counsel Overview
Written by Kim Walker   
Monday, 05 March 2007 03:04

Background

The federal and state constitutions provide that an accused person has the right to be represented by counsel in criminal prosecutions.  This constitutional right has been interpreted to mean that counsel will be provided at state expense for indigent persons in all cases in which actual incarceration is a likely penalty.

The Office of the Alternate Defense Counsel (OADC) was established pursuant to §21-2-101, C.R.S. (Senate Bill 96-205).  The OADC is funded to provide representation for indigent persons in criminal and juvenile delinquency cases in which the Public Defender’s office determines that an ethical conflict of interest exists.

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ADC Help Center
Written by Admin   
Tuesday, 01 May 2012 10:18

ADC HELP CENTER


ADC CONTRACTOR

QUESTIONS REGARDING APPOINTMENTS 

PLEASE CONTACT WENDY BARKEY by clicking here OR  303- 515-6927

 

ADC CONTRACTOR

QUESTIONS REGARDING BILLING

PLEASE CONTACT KIM WALKER by clicking here  OR 303-515-6934

 

ADC CONTRACTOR

QUESTIONS REGARDING LEGAL ISSUES

PLEASE CONTACTJONATHAN ROSEN by clicking here OR 303-515-6922

 

ADC CONTRACTOR

QUESTIONS REGARDING POST-CONVICTION OR APPEALS

PLEASE CONTACT BONNIE STEWART by clicking here OR 303-515-6926

 

ADC CONTRACTOR

QUESTIONS REGARDING JUVENILE CASES

PLEASE CONTACT STACIE COLLING by clicking  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it OR 303-515-6933

 

GENERAL QUESTIONS REGARDING THE AGENCY

 303-515-6920

 

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