Costly legal processes may not be too unbearable for the penniless or “indigent” through the assistance of the Public Attorney’s Office. Atty. Persida Rueda-Acosta, Chief of Public Attorney’s Office tells more about this and her agency’s function.
Justice on Air
Aired October 7, 2013 at UNTV 37
Justice on Air aims to familiarize viewers with various agencies under the DOJ and discuss related issues and the programs offered by the government to the masses. To know more about the TV show, visit http://www.untvweb.com/program/justice-on-air/
Video Rating: / 5
A multi-access legal assistance video for all South Australians including:
• People who are Deaf
• People who are hard of hearing
• People who are Blind or have low vision
• People with intellectual disability
• People with cognitive impairment
• People with acquired brain injury
The information is delivered verbally, in Auslan and with subtitles. Notably, the film caters to people who have difficulty processing large amounts of visual information. The film is shot simply in black-and-white, edited at a very measured pace, and presents information clearly with minimal distractions.
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