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Sparks Township Justice Court
1675 East Prater Way, Suite 107
Phone: 775-353-7603 (Civil)
Fax: 775-352-3004 (Criminal)
Phone: 775-353-7600 (Criminal)
Fax: 775-352-3004 (Criminal)
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Washoe County Public Defender
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