Meaning indigent
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1) n. a person so poor and needy that he/she cannot provide the n...
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Those individuals whose income falls below the poverty line as defined by the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Source: ada.org

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c. 1400, from Old French indigent "poor, needy," from Latin indigentem "in want of, needing" (see indigence). As a noun, "poor person," from early 15c.
Source: etymonline.com

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Impoverished, or unable to afford the necessities of life. A defendant who is indigent has a constitutional right to court-appointed representation, according to a 1963 Supreme Court decision, </&g [..]
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adj. Poor.
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suffering from indigence [the defendant was provided with counsel] indigent n
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Patients who have exhausted any third party sources, including Medicare and Medicaid, and whose gross income is below 200 percent of the current Federal poverty guidelines, adjusted for family size.
Source: doh.wa.gov

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(adj) poor enough to need help from others
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Poor person. An individual who can demonstrate his/her indigence to the court may be assigned a court-appointed attorney or may not have to pay filing fees and court costs.
Source: pacourts.us

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A person who is unable to afford the expense of a private counsel, payment of fines, and other related costs.
Source: courts.state.md.us

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Meeting certain standards of poverty, thereby qualifying a criminal defendant for representation by a public defender.
Source: americanbar.org

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An individual who meets the indigency standard of the Poverty Guidelines for Earnings. If the court finds a person to be indigent, the court must appoint a public defender or other attorney to represe [..]
Source: courts.countyofdane.com

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Someone who is unable to afford to pay the fees and costs related to a case. A party
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An individual who is unable to pay for a defense attorney. Youth who are accused of committing delinquent acts are guaranteed the right to an attorney by the Sixth Amendment to the United States Const [..]
Source: jlc.org

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The status of a criminal defendant who cannot afford to hire an attorney as determined by a judge.
Source: knoxcounty.org

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A person who is unable to afford the expense of a private counsel, payment of fines, and other related costs.
Source: mdcourts.gov

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A party who is financially unable to pay for an attorney.
Source: gov.propertyinfo.com

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A person found by the court to be unable to afford to hire a lawyer or otherwise meet the expense of defending a criminal matter.  If the defendant is determined to be indigent, a defense counsel is [..]
Source: rpfoley.com

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1) n. a person so poor and needy that he/she cannot provide the necessities of life (food, clothing, decent shelter) for himself/herself. 2) n. one without sufficient income to afford a lawyer for def [..]
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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A person found by the court to be unable to afford to hire a lawyer or otherwise meet the expense of defending a criminal matter. If the defendant is determined to be indigent, a defense counsel is ap [..]
Source: nycdefense.com

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Needy or improverished. A defendant who can demonstrate his/her indigence to the court may be assigned a court-appointed attorney at public expense.
Source: manateeclerk.com

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A person who is unable to afford representation by an attorney. If a judge determines after examination, that a defendant in a criminal case cannot afford to hire an attorney to defend himself or hers [..]
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In a general sense, one who is needy or poor. In a criminal case, an indigent defendant may be entitled to have an attorney appointed to represent him or her at no cost. In civil cases an indigent is [..]
Source: des.az.gov

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All defendants are entitled to representation by counsel, unless the criminal violation is a petty offense for which no jail time is sought or imposed after a judgment of guilty. The Supreme Court of [..]
Source: navajocountyaz.gov

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Poor; destitute; in need. * '''1830''', ''Journal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia'', Thomas Ritchie (1830), [http://books.google.ca/books?id=AAJQAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA422 page 422 [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The term indigent is used to refer a person who lacks food, clothing, and other necessities of life because of poverty. It also means a person who has insufficient property to maintain himself/herself [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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Needy or impoverished. A defendant who can demonstrate his/her indigence to the court may be assigned a court-appointed attorney at public expense in criminal and child abuse/neglect cases, but not in [..]
Source: jec.unm.edu

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In a general sense, one who is needy and poor, or one who has insufficient property to furnish him a living nor anyone able to support him or to whom he is entitled to look for support.
Source: courts.state.va.us


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