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Translation of "legal aid" - English-Spanish dictionary

legal aid

noun [no plural]  
a system of providing free advice about the law and practical help with legal matters for people who are too poor to pay for it a system of providing free advice about the law and practical help with matters connected with the law for people who are too poor to pay for it asistencia jurídica gratuita Will we qualify for legal aid?692
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