Contact the state bar association.
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If he hasn't heard from his lawyer in awhile and the lawyer isn't returning calls/ emails your fiancé should look for someone new. If he qualifies he may be entitled to a public defender. If not, check out mnfindalawyer.com. Most attorneys will offer a free consultation or some, like me, base their fees on a sliding scale depending on individual financial situations.
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I am not personally aware of any pro bono or legal aid societies that provide services to the actively accused, only those in the appeal stage. I am currently forming the Mid-West Defense Lawyers Guild which will hopefully offer some pro bono services in the future, but none at this time. You may want to check with some of the local law schools. They oftentimes have law clinics that may offer some assistance. Best of luck to you.
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The Legal Rights Center ( http://www.legalrightscenter.org/ ) might be a good place to check.
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