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Lawyer for the Day programs across various courts provide basic legal advice, help you understand relevant laws and your rights, and assist you in filling out court forms. They do not go with you into the courtroom, but can equip you to better represent yourself in court.
Every Lawyer for the Day program is different. A program might:
Depending on which court you visit for the Lawyer for the Day program, a number of services will be available to eligible attendees. These include:
The availability of these services will vary from location to location. Please contact your local court to confirm if it hosts a Lawyer for the Day program.
Lawyer for the Day programs help people on any side of the case. Some courts have volunteer lawyers who help you with your case for that day only, and each program has its own rules. For example:
There is no guarantee that you will get to meet with a lawyer. Lawyers are volunteering their time, and sometimes they might not be available on the day that the program is open. Check with your court to make sure the Lawyer for the Day program will be open on the day that you will be in court.
To make the best use of the Lawyer of the Day Program, be sure to:
Lawyer for the Day programs are not available at every court location. However, you can check whether your court hosts a Lawyer for the Day program by visiting that court's page. You can get to individual location pages here: