Procedure to get a free lawyer from court

how to get free lawyer from court ?

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The Indian Constitution under Article 14 states “Every person is equal before the law and has the right to equal protection of law”. Article 22(1) provides for the right of a person to be defended by a legal practitioner of his choice. When read together, both the articles aim at delivering fair and equal opportunity of justice to all, without any discrimination, financial or otherwise. Moreover, Article 21, the right to life, also provides for reasonable, fair and just trial.The aforementioned articles imply free legal aid to the citizens of India, but Article 39A explicitly requires the state to promote justice by providing equal opportunities to all. The state shall, in particular, provide free legal aid by means of legislation, scheme or any other way to those who are economically backwards or in any other way suffer a disability. So contact your nearest Legal Service Authority Office and apply them.

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