The distribution coincided with the advent of the holy month to lessen life's burdens for the indigent
families, the statement adds.
She also informed that P1 million was earmarked this year for indigent
graduating students in government colleges and those enrolled in technical-vocational courses.
The Texas Supreme Court scrutinized the legality of court costs imposed on indigent
plaintiffs - in this case, fees the Tarrant County clerk's office charged six poor plaintiffs pursuing divorces - during oral arguments on Wednesday.
In New York, these deficiencies in representation stem from our fragmented, patchwork indigent
defense system and from the lack of sufficient uniformity, oversight, and resources.
During the years of its operation, its residents were called "inmates,'' and more generally, "the indigent
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.
Over the past year, B&K lawyers and staff have handled a diverse array of cases and representation of indigent
and "not for profit" clients.
provide counsel to indigent
criminal defendants, (2) they did not
Lexington, Ky, budgeted $75,000 for its indigent
burial program during fiscal year 2012 but ended up spending $1 16,000.
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.
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.
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.