If you can’t afford a lawyer, but still need legal representation or even have questions about your legal rights, you can get free legal aid in your state.
Every state has lawyers who work pro bono, meaning “for the public good”, or without charge. They can help you with with a wide range of legal problems relating to housing, family law, bankruptcy, disability, and the workplace, immigration, and criminal cases. However legal aid services don’t cover everything, and what’s covered varies depending on what state you live. For more information, read this article “Understanding legal aid” by ServeIdaho.org.
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Use the links below to find more information about the free legal aid services in your state, or check out LawHelp.org (http://www.lawhelp.org/).
|Nevada||New Hampshire||New Jersey|
|New Mexico||New York||North Carolina|
|Rhode Island||South Carolina||South Dakota|
|Washington, D.C.||West Virginia||Wisconsin|