Frosh seeks $22M for free legal services amid resurgent pandemic

Maryland’s attorney general Wednesday called for $22 million in state funds to assist financially strapped Marylanders in need of free legal representation in eviction, foreclosure and debt-collection proceedings amid a resurgent pandemic that has already created widespread economic hardship. Brian E. Frosh, in a letter to the governor, said the state’s infusion this year of nearly ...

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