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Unpublished Paper
THE HIGH PRICE OF POVERTY: A STUDY OF HOW THE MAJORITY OF CURRENT COURT SYSTEM PROCEDURES FOR COLLECTING COURT COSTS AND FEES, AS WELL AS FINES, HAVE FAILED TO ADHERE TO ESTABLISHED PRECEDENT AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL GUARANTEES THEY ADVOCATE.
ExpressO (2015)
  • Trevor J Calligan
Keywords
  • Due Process,
  • legal financial obligations,
  • fees,
  • fines,
  • costs,
  • court costs,
  • Fifth Amendment,
  • Eighth Amendment,
  • Fourteenth Amendment,
  • Equal Protection,
  • Sixth Amendment,
  • Indigent,
  • equality,
  • constitutional,
  • poverty,
  • lawyers,
  • legal fees
Publication Date
July 28, 2015
Citation Information
Trevor J Calligan. "THE HIGH PRICE OF POVERTY: A STUDY OF HOW THE MAJORITY OF CURRENT COURT SYSTEM PROCEDURES FOR COLLECTING COURT COSTS AND FEES, AS WELL AS FINES, HAVE FAILED TO ADHERE TO ESTABLISHED PRECEDENT AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL GUARANTEES THEY ADVOCATE." ExpressO (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/trevor_calligan/1/