Lawyers Warn Against 'Devastating' Cuts to Legal Services

Stunned by the news that President Donald Trump's proposed 2018 budget provides for completely eliminating federal funding for the nation's main source of legal aid for low-income litigants, members of Connecticut's legal aid community are taking the proposal seriously.

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  • John Boland Sucks

    The legal aid business is dubious at best.. If a lawsuit has merit thereā€˜s always a contingency fee arrangement.

  • Monte Hall

    Would someone tell Mr Frank that self representation is a constitutional right. Where did he get his law degree? I just read about a case that his Law Firm lost which cost his clients 15 MILLION!!!! Who wants a law firm like that working for them?

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