Proving one’s innocence or just getting fair trials in courts worth one’s possessions especially for the marginalized. This is why many court cases involving poor people are left unresolved and those who are mistakenly accused are deprived of justice.
Kuya Daniel Razon knew that such adverse reality is widespread in Philippine justice system and that something has to be done to help the aggrieved. So he started an initiative called Law Center ni Kuya that provide free legal service. A team of dedicated volunteer lawyers and paralegal staff assist indigents in addressing their legal concerns that include getting their much-needed affidavits, drafting and interpreting documents, and rendering advice on intricate matters of law.
Law Center ni Kuya is open weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.