Thesaurus / impoverished


Pelletier took no action against Letourneau, who was appointed to represent impoverished clients in 470 cases between 2010 and 2016 while working for the commission.

She Was Afraid of Her Lawyer. Then the Text Messages Samantha Hogan, The Maine MonitorOctober 8, 2020ProPublica

For decades after Gideon, the state allowed judges to assign and pay private attorneys to represent impoverished defendants.

Maine Hires Lawyers With Criminal Records to Defend Its Poorest Residentsby Samantha Hogan, The Maine Monitor, with data analysis by Agnel PhilipOctober 6, 2020ProPublica

People couldn’t move their families because, as law enforcement officers said when asked, over 80 percent of these target areas are impoverished.

The islands became BIOT, and their inhabitants were dumped, impoverished, on Mauritius and the Seychelles.

Then, as today, the epidemic fell most heavily on the inhabitants of impoverished inner-city areas.

They reaped in love and praise the reward that their impoverished constituency could not pay them in money.

The population was not only impoverished and reduced in numbers but broken in spirit.

During the 12th and 13th centuries the county was impoverished by the constant inroads of the Welsh.

The daughter of an impoverished prince was opportunely at hand.

The Surprises of LifeGeorges Clemenceau

Impoverished most of them were by the loss of their houses and cattle.

Boyhood in NorwayHjalmar Hjorth Boyesen

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