Legal Resource Directory: A Guide to Free Or Inexpensive Assistance for Low Income Families, with Special Sections for Prisoners

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McFarland, 1992 - Law - 148 pages
The number of families living below the poverty line has risen dramatically. For most of these low-income families, the cost of legal services is prohibitive and, when available, is often inadequate.Here is a comprehensive source to free or inexpensive legal services. Part I lists by state approximately 1,800 civil and criminal law services, as well as special programs for prisoners. Part II is devoted to organizations opposed to capital punishment. Part III lists the offices of Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE). Entries include the name of the group, address and telephone number.

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