noun 1. the age at which a person acquires full legal rights and responsibilities, such as the right to make contracts and deeds.
noun 1. free legal service to persons unable to pay for a lawyer. noun 1. a means-tested benefit in the form of financial assistance for persons to meet the cost of advice and representation in legal proceedings
noun 1. 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.