indigent


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poor enough to need help from others

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He said people living with disabilities were also eligible for legal aid if they were indigent.
8 million WAEC and NECO registration fees for 140 indigent students last year.
Small, economically disadvantaged rural counties like Hill County, we have limited budgets, and we spend a significant amount of money on indigent defense," said David Holmes, the county attorney there.
The distribution coincided with the advent of the holy month to lessen life's burdens for the indigent families, the statement adds.
The ordinance, sponsored by Board Member Celestino Martinez III, said that indigent parents and their children, being the beneficiaries, will not be charged for any medical care they received from provincial and district hospitals.
Second, pursuant to state legislation enacted in 2009, the court system implemented nationally recognized caseload limits for indigent defense providers in New York City.
address the indigent defense funding crisis, (8) it is important to
Second, some cities and counties have made contractual arrangements with individual attorneys or private law firms to handle indigent cases for a fixed fee.
Martinez recognized individual lawyers and firms for their work on behalf of poor and indigent clients through his office's "Ensuring Equal Justice Pro Bono Initiative" at an October 14 reception hosted by the Miami office of Greenberg Traurig.
of County Comm'rs of Gooding Count, (4) the Supreme Court of Idaho contemplated possible factors boards of county commissioners may consider in determining whether a patient is medically indigent under the Medical Indigency Act ("Act").
Deval Patrick's proposal to overhaul the way legal defense is provided for the indigent aims to save about $45 million annually.
Too many indigent defendants in state courts are represented by undertrained, under resourced lawyers who are under prepared--or at times totally unprepared--to conduct the defense of their clients' cases.
This document examines offices that provide representation for indigent defendants through a salaried staff of full-time or part-time attorneys employed as direct government employees or through a public, nonprofit organization.
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