Mar 30, 2016

States look to provide lawyers for the poor in civil cases | News OK

MAR 30, 2016 - HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A flood of poor defendants representing themselves — often ineffectively — in dire cases involving eviction, foreclosure, child custody and involuntary commitment has led to a push in legislatures to expand rights to free lawyers in certain civil proceedings.Everyone has a right to a free lawyer in criminal cases if they can't afford one. But the same right...

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