Assigned Counsel Plan of Rockland County

The Assigned Counsel Plan of Rockland County was created by resolution of the Rockland County Bar Association. Authorization to function was granted by the New York State Judicial Conference in 1966, serving as a back-up system to the Rockland County Public Defender to assist in the defense of indigent persons in those criminal cases in which the Public Defender might have a conflict of interest. If two or more individuals are arrested and charged with the commission of a crime, the Public Defender represents one defendant and the others are represented by individual counsel assigned by the administrator with approval of the Court in which the case is pending.

Organization List

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  • ACP1172 - ACP-Assigned Counsel Plan
  • 2017 Adopted Budget Agency Overview

    This is a overview of the agency's 2017 Adopted Operating budget.

    ACP Total Expenses

    $1,345,000

    Local Share

    $1,345,000

    This is a overview of the agency's 2017 Adopted Personnel budget.

    Total Dollars

    Authorized
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