The clerks are the ones who determine indigency, although if you don't agree with their determination, you can ask for a hearing before a judge. Most likely the Hernando clerk is telling you how they do it in Hernando. It may or may not be the same in another county.
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I agree with Ms. Morcroft. each clerk can do things differently. However, chances are your status will not change.
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Each county is different you will have to file for indigent status again. Contact my office for free consultation 727-446-7659Ask a similar question