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1) If he claims benefits or has a low income, he may qualify for legal aid to help pay for legal advice or representation.Contact Civil Legal Advice here : https://www.gov.uk/civil-legal-advice to check if he is eligible or use the GOV.UK legal aid checker here: https://www.gov.uk/check-legal-aid
You might be able to find a pro bono lawyer by attending a LawWorks Clinic. The LawWorks Clinics Network is a network of free legal advice sessions that LawWorks (the Solicitors Pro Bono Group) supports. For more information and to find a network near you please visit the following website: https://www.lawworks.org.uk/legal-advice-individuals/find-legal-advice-clinic-near-you
You could also visit your local Citizens Advice Bureau ( For more information please visit: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/) or Personal Support Unit for advice about a legal problem (For more information please visit: https://www.thepsu.org/)
3) Yes he can change barrister and yes he can include new information in his appeal as long as it is relevant to the case.
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