The Vera Institute of Justice launched an initiative called Safety and Fairness for Everyone a few years ago, which aims to provide taxpayer-funded legal representation to foreigners – including illegal aliens – who are placed in deportation proceedings. 1. Nominal expression Legal aid supports people who cannot afford to be represented by a lawyer (see footnote 1). 2. Nominal expression If you hire legal representation, the IRS representative can review your documents at the lawyer`s office. 3. Nominal expression Put the payment on the check and get legal representation. 4. Nominal expression However, it is really important that you have legal representation during this process. We remain concerned about several aspects of this case, including allegations of abuse, their persistent health problems, as well as the previous lack of access to legal representation (and) the absence of formal charges until their first hearing. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] with legal effect or force.
We were very grateful for the moratorium on evictions, but it is nothing but a band-aid, we have been preparing for months for the end of the moratorium. We now know that the pavement is gone, so many other systemic problems will emerge: lack of affordable housing, lack of access to legal representation for tenants, lack of a roof over people`s heads after eviction. “A person who has been declared incompetent should have legal representation” The Commission is preparing to conduct a national recount of votes for the President of the United States, we have assembled an internal team to lead the recount, we have been in close coordination with our county clerk partners, and have arranged legal representation through the Wisconsin Department of Justice. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] based or based on official or accepted law or rules. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] allowed according to official rules. Name. [`ˌrɛprəzɛnˈteɪʃən`] An activity that is equivalent to something or leads to an equivalent.