Freeport Public Library offers a number of ways that you can seek legal advice and get information on legal matters.
In Person at the Library
The Freeport Public Library and Prairie State Legal Services of Illinois are partnering to present monthly legal advice for residents of Stephenson County.
Every third Wednesday of the month from noon-2:00, lawyers from Prairie State Legal Services will be onsite at the library for a Know Your Rights presentation followed by one-on-one meetings.
Meetings can be scheduled ahead of time, by calling 815-965-2902. Walk-ins will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact PSL Staff Attorney Kira Devin at 815-965-2902 or visit www.pslegal.org.
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