Miraflores said this practice of assisting indigents
had long been going on, but the planned scheme will make things easier for the beneficiaries.
9 billion the allocation for indigent
senior citizens from P8.
In cases involving indigent
clients, the holistic defense philosophy recognizes that a resolution to the legal matter at hand is not the client's only concern; for example, some indigents
may have substance abuse problems, mental health challenges, or immigration concerns.
In the mid-1980s, the press reported several stories about the transfer of indigent
patients to indigent
care centers because the patients lacked health insurance or financial resources.
While there are no states that appoint counsel for the assistance in preparing an application for appellate review, Ohio is an example of a state that appoints counsel to help indigents
draft, research, and file an application for reopening a capital case.
Most of those who are arrested and prosecuted are indigent
, and the Supreme Court has ruled that the government has a constitutional obligation to provide lawyers for people who cannot afford to hire their own.
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.
410(a)(5) (providing that the Office of Public Advocacy shall represent indigents
who cannot be represented by the public defender due to conflicts of interest); see also Alaska Pub.
335 (1963), the Supreme Court recognized that the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees all indigent
criminal defendants the right to a lawyer at the state's expense.
But Lott said city officials' failure to work with his group has created a problem for hospitals treating the indigent
1974) (denying relief for a claim that the Florida public defender systematically failed to meet minimum constitutional standards in the representation afforded to indigents
because the federal abstention doctrine prevented the federal court from intervening in state judicial processes)).