LEGAL AID DEPARTMENT
Processing & Filing of All Legal Aid Applications
All legal aid applications are now being processed. Legal Aid Applications should be submitted either by email to the staff or dropped off with the Security at the reception of the Main Court Building.
Contact with legal aid clients for the time being will be limited to telephone or video link conferencing.
In exceptional cases, and at the discretion of the Legal Aid staff will in person meetings be allowed by appointment only.
Legal Aid Application Forms
Legal Aid form is pdf writable and can be completed, signed and sent via email with the supporting documents. This form is attached below.
Application Forms (Civil & Criminal)
Lists of Legal Aid Attorneys ( Civil & Criminal)
Once your completed application has been received, you will receive an email confirmation acknowledging receipt of your email. If the application is granted, you will receive a second email detailing the terms of the legal aid grant. The email confirmation with the details of the grant of legal aid will be sufficient for you to act until the certificate is provided.
Certificates will be provided at this time by mail.
If legal aid is refused, you will receive an email confirmation on the refusal. The application for reconsideration under section 37 of the Law, can be made via email setting out the detailed reasons for reconsideration.
Attorney Curfew Time Exemptions
As essential services providers, all Legal Aid Criminal Law Attorneys and Duty Counsel have been issued their Curfew Exemption letters via the Legal Aid Office. If attorneys are not yet in possession of the same, they are invited to contact the Legal Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated: May 15, 2020
As the Legal Aid Department continues to be closed to the public Attorneys are encouraged to engage the Legal Aid Office via telephone or email. All extension requests, bills of costs/duty counsel claims and other matters can be sent via email with documents attached and if required, the signed hard copies of documents can be dropped off at the Legal Aid drop box.
Telephone: 345-244-3829 or alternatively: 345-244-3889/ 345-326-0512/345-326-0856 or 345-326-0182
Last Updated: June 1, 2020