(October 13, 2020) — For those incarcerated and eligible for CARES Act relief payments, you may be affected by the recent order regarding stimulus payments. On October 7, a federal court ordered that the IRS may not deny CARES Act economic impact payments to anyone solely because they are incarcerated. …
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The Washington Appellate Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the highest quality representation to indigent clients appealing criminal convictions, civil commitments, or terminations of parental rights. Our mission is to represent indigent appellants through our contract with the State of Washington, so unfortunately we are not available for private hire.
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