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10/01/2014 -- Article

The Young Lawyers' Division (YLD) Walk-In Legal Clinic will be closed today (October 1st) due to staffing limitations. We apologize for the inconvenience. The YLD Clinic operates on Wednesdays from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Seattle Library.  However, due to volunteer staffing issues, we recommend checking our website or calling the Library beforehand to confirm that the clinic will be open before traveling to the Library. (206) 477-1305

09/15/2014 -- Web Link

This link leads to a PDF document from LegalVoice describing the situations when you should consider consulting a lawyer and how to go about finding one.  It includes links to the King County Office of Public Defense, the Washington State Bar Association, a handful of County bar associations and...

08/21/2014 -- Article

Highlights from the 2013 Annual Report include receiving grant funding for the Video Visits program, a profile of reference questions asked in 2013 and much more! Pick up a color copy in print at the Library while supplies last. Two .pdf versions are available:

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07/02/2014 -- Article

The Washington State chapter of the ACLU has posted a link to...

07/02/2014 -- Web Link

This link leads to a document on the web site for the Washington State chapter of the ACLU that answers frequently-asked questions about restoring voting rights after a criminal conviction.

06/19/2014 -- Web Link

This link leads to a portion of the Washington State Department of Transportation's web site describing the Washington State Good To Go toll facilities and system.  It includes links to a Good To Go bill guide and a Civil Penalty guide.

06/19/2014 -- Web Link

This link points to a portion of the King County Superior Court Clerk's Office web site describing how to appeal the results of unfavorable hearing about a Good to Go toll penalty.

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