Our office, in collaboration with Abundant LivingFamily Church and Non-Profit...
Expungement Clinic - November 9th, 2013 From left to right, Roxanne Rodgriguez, Norma...
2013 CSAC Challenge Award to the San Bernardino County Public Defender’s Office Making...
“Enhancing and Advocating...
Criminal Record and Traffic Citation Clearing ClinicWednesday, 29 October 2014 20:18
Expungement Clinic - November 9th, 2013Thursday, 21 November 2013 23:48
2013 CSAC Challenge AwardThursday, 07 November 2013 21:05
4th Annual Charity Golf TournamentSaturday, 26 October 2013 09:56
Our Community Interview of Public Defender, Phyllis MorrisWednesday, 23 October 2013 18:01
| Our office, in collaboration with Abundant Living
Family Church and Non-Profit organizer Jiles Smith, is holding a criminal record/traffic fine clearing event on 11/15/14. The event will be held at Abundant Living Family Church in Hesperia from 9am – 2pm or later.
Expungement Clinic - November 9th, 2013
From left to right, Roxanne Rodgriguez, Norma Gallardo, and Peggy Perez help people to clear their records for a new start in their life.
Tukwet Canyon Golf Club, Beaumont, CA
CASA of San Bernardino, Enhancing Forwarding Action, Inc., & the San Bernardino County Public Defender's Office worked together in a collaborative effort to raise funds by hosting their 4th Annual Golf Tournament to enhance the lives and advocate for our community’s children and families in the areas of stability (foster care), hope, and obesity prevention (fitness & nutrition). The event was a tremendous success, raising $9,000.00 for two very worthy local organizations -San Bernardino CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) and Enhancing Forward Action. The event was held on October 25, 2013.
2013 CSAC Challenge Award to the San Bernardino County Public Defender’s Office
Making Attendance a Priority (MAP) is a collaborative, grant-funded program designed by the Public Defender’s Office to reduce truancy in the City of San Bernardino. MAP assigns a social services practitioner to visit families of truant students in their homes on a weekly basis to address issues leading to the child’s truancy. From 2008-13, MAP has served more than 1,800 children. In a recent sampling of 43 students, 32 of them attended 70 percent more classes than before they were identified by the school district for the program. MAP has also increased revenue to the San Bernardino City Unified School District at an average of $21,000 per year because of the increase in attendance.
To hear more about the program watch the following video:
OC (OUR COMMUNITY), Jiles Smith, interviews San Bernardino County Public Defender Phyllis Morris-Green. Phyllis discusses the challenges facing her Department defending the people of the Community, and her Department's goals and accomplishments.