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How do I find a pro bono attorney if I have documents to

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How do I find a pro bono attorney if I have documents to support my claim of 4 different cases of crimes against the federal government?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 1 year ago.
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You would need a civil rights attorney and generally they all work on some form of contingency basis, not really "pro bono (free)", and that means they take their fee from whatever judgment or settlement they win in your case. This means you need to meet the various civil rights attorneys in your area and bring your evidence and they have to evaluate the evidence to determine the strength of the case. So you need to look up the civil rights attorneys in your area at the same sites used by other attorneys, or and set up appointments to bring in your evidence for them to evaluate to determine whether or not they can take your case on a contingency fee basis.

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