Persons entitled to Free Legal Services

Any person who is -
a. A member of SC / ST;
b. A victim of trafficking in human beings or beggar;
c. A woman;
d. A child;
e. A person with disability;
f. A victim of a mass disaster, ethnic violence, caste atrocity, flood, drought, earthquake or industrial disaster;
g. An industrial workman;
h. In custody
  i. In a protective home within the meaning of Cl.(g) of Sec.2 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956
  ii. In a Juvenile Home under the Juvenile Justice Act, 1986; or
  iii. In a psychiatric hospital or psychiatric nursing home under the Mental Health Act, 1987;
  iv. In receipt of annual income less than Rs.1,00,000/- , if the case is before the Court other than the Supreme Court & Rs.1,25,000/-, if the case is before the Supreme Court.

What is provided in Free Legal Services?

(a) Free Services of Advocates in court Cases.
(b) Free Legal Advice.
(c) Payment of court fee, process fee, diet money of witnesses, other miscellaneous expenses incurred in litigation.
(d) Free Services of Advocate to under trial /accused during Remand Hours.