Needy Person Law and Legal Definition
Needy person refers to a person who at the time his or her need is determined is financially unable, without undue hardship, to provide for the full payment of an attorney and all other necessary expenses of representation or who is otherwise unable to employ an attorney.
The following is an example of a case law on needy person:A needy person is a person who at the time of need assessment is financially unable, without undue hardship, to provide for full payment of an attorney and all other necessary expenses of representation. Factors to consider in the determination of whether a person is a needy person shall include current income, assets, current expenses and the number of dependents. [State v. Higginbotham, 174 Vt. 640, 641 (Vt. 2002)].
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