Definition of legal aid in English:

legal aid

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noun

[mass noun]
Payment from public funds allowed, in cases of need, to help pay for legal advice or proceedings.
More example sentences
  • He indicated to the accused that legal aid was available and that they would call back.
  • Is there any constraint on the amount of legal aid that is allowed to be accessed?
  • One common one is that the applicant has applied for legal aid and hasn't qualified.

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