Wash. Supreme Court Rejects Legal Fees, Hurdles For Poor
Washington's judicial system abolished court fees for poor people in 2010, but county courts sought ways around the rule.
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#1 May 25, 2013
Nickel and dime fees are going to cause a lot of extra cost in the long run form something goes wrong. It always does. Usually to late.
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