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Yes, provided that a homeless court applicant meets the criteria and is selected for participation, the applicant will be assigned an attorney to help manage the case pro bono.
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The Homeless Court is a formal proceeding with a judge, solicitor, an attorney for the Homeless Court participant, bailiff, treatment providers, and court administration. Although the proceeding is formal, Homeless Court is held outside of a traditional courtroom. Therefore, the program is brought to Homeless Court participants to help them resolve their matters quickly and in a setting that makes the participant feel comfortable.
We are grateful for the multitude of community partners that help make this program possible and keep it sustained. Some of our core partners include those below, but this is by no means a conclusive list of our supporters.
The City's Homeless Court is not held in a formal courtroom, but rather in a setting that provides a sense of comfort and guidance. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or 864-921-6297.
The best way to obtain an application and learn more about Homeless Court is to contact a local service provider. In addition, you may contact the Spartanburg Municipal Court at 864-596-2038 for more information about the City of Spartanburg Homeless Court.