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Demand that Congress allocate more public funds to Legal Services nationwide to ensure low-income Americans have equal access to justice
In 1974 Michigan-resident Edward Carter was convicted of assaulting a pregnant woman in his university bathroom. The trial lasted for only two days and Edward’s court-appointed lawyer – who was fresh out of law school at the time – encouraged him to take a plea deal despite that Edward adamantly
Tell the House of Representatives to set aside political agendas and reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has provided two decades of essential protections for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. But political squabbles in the House of Representatives are threatening to prevent its renewal and pull away the protections of countless victims. These