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Do You Owe Money to the Court (LFOs) because of a Criminal Conviction?

Authored By: Northwest Justice Project | Wenatchee Office
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If you are very low income and you owe Legal Financial Obligations (LFOs) because you were convicted of a crime in Chelan, Douglas, Adams, Grant or Okanogan counties, we may be able to help, especially if you have a disability and are unable to work; and/or your only source of income is Social Security (SSI or SSDI).

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Last Review and Update: Nov 19, 2019
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