As a defendant, am I entitled to a copy of the police report? As a victim?

If the Defendant has obtained or been appointed legal counsel, then discovery will be sent to such counsel upon the Prosecutor's Office receiving the Notice of Appearance. Should the Defendant represent themselves, the Defendant can fill out a Discovery Request Form to obtain a copy of discovery, including the police report.

Victims may obtain a copy of the police report by contacting the Oak Harbor Police Department Records Division at 360-279-4608. You may need to fill out a Request for Records Service form.

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1. As a defendant, am I entitled to a copy of the police report? As a victim?
2. Can the City Attorney advise me on civil matters?
3. Does the City Attorney's office provide Notary Services to the public?
4. How can I find out when a case is scheduled for Court?
5. I received a subpoena. Do I have to come to court?
6. What should I do if there is a warrant for my arrest?
7. When can I talk to the prosecutor about my case?
8. Where is the Oak Harbor Municipal Court located?