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    Programs that provide legal assistance (generally advice and representation in criminal investigations, plea negotiations, trials and appeals) for people who have been charged with an offense made criminal by federal or state laws or municipal or local ordinances and punishable by death, imprisonment, fines, restitution or other specified sanctions; individuals released on probation as an alternative to incarceration; or people who have been released on parole following a period of incarceration and remain in the legal custody of the correctional system which has the authority to suspend and revoke the parole of any parolee for violations of the law or parole rules.

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    Legal Clinic - Mi Casa Resource CenterProvides free 30-minute legal consultations with volunteer lawyers on the second Tuesday of every month. Partners with the Colorado Hispanic bar association. Lawyers can assist with matters relating to: - Family Law - Immigration - Employment - Criminal - Housing/Tenant Issues - Credit/Bankruptcy Denver CountyHeadquarters - Mi Casa Resource CenterMi Casa Resource Center
    Student Law Office (Sturm College of Law) - University of DenverLaw students handle civil and criminal cases for low-income and indigent people. Civil cases include: Day labor wage and hour claims, employment discrimination, domestic violence protection orders, and eviction defense. Criminal cases include: City ordinance and misdemeanor offenses, juvenile cases, and criminal record sealing cases. No traffic, DUI/DWAI, or felonies cases are handled.Denver CountySturm College of Law - University of DenverUniversity of Denver

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