an organization providing free legal guidance and service to persons who cannot afford a lawyer.
- Legal blindness
legal blindness le·gal blindness (lē’gəl) n. Visual acuity of less than 6/60 or 20/200 using Snellen test types, or visual field restriction to 20 degrees or less.
noun 1. ruled writing paper in tablet form, measuring approximately 8½ × 13 to 14 inches (22 × 33 to 36 cm). noun 1. (US) ruled writing paper, about 8 by 131/2 inches with the fold at the top, for use by lawyers
- Legal capacity
noun a person’s capability and power under law to engage in a particular undertaking or transaction or to maintain a particular status or relationship with another
noun 1. . noun 1. the application of facts concerning chemistry to questions of civil and criminal law.