NEWBURGH â Since May, the Hudson Valley Justice Center has opened 137 cases in Newburgh where it is offering free legal representation to low-income tenants facing eviction, according to Jason Mays, deputy director of the Hudson Valley Justice Center.
“We haven’t even been able to assign lawyers to all the cases,” May told reporters and housing advocates gathered for a news conference outside Newburgh Town Hall on Tuesday.
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