The Madison County legal community is offering free legal advice to low-income residents who seek to represent themselves in court and have legal questions. There are more than 150 Madison County lawyers who provide hundreds of hours of free legal help each year to those unable to afford an attorney, and many of them are available at the free clinics in the Law Library at the Madison County Courthouse.
Legal Advice Clinics are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month, according to Madison County Judge Barbara Crowder.
Crowder says the clinics operate by appointment only. Family law issues are dealt with in the mornings, with general issues addressed during the afternoons. For more information, call 296-5921.