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Making the Fair Hearing More Fair

By Robert P. Capistrano

Critical to an effective poverty law practice is a thorough understanding of procedural due process rights to which clients involved in public benefits proceedings are entitled. These rights are rooted in the Goldberg v. Kelly decision and have evolved through numerous, subsequent court decisions. Both newer and more experienced advocates can benefit from understanding all of the due process rights afforded public benefits litigants throughout the fair hearing stages.

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