FAMILY LAW, ATTORNEYS - The Washington Supreme Court found that an indigent mother does not have a constitutional right to appoint counsel at public expense in a dissolution proceeding because the mother's fundamental liberty interest is not at stake. Thus, the trial court correctly denied the motion for a new trial. Affirmed. See ruling.
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