Criminal Justice Act (CJA) | Definition

Criminal Justice Act (CJA)
criminal law

 

The Criminal Justice Act (CJA) was enacted in 1964 to establish a comprehensive system for appointing and compensating lawyers to represent defendants financially unable to retain counsel in federal criminal proceedings.


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