Free lawyer where? In the US? I don't think so.
This is what I found on internet
The Constitutional Right to Free Counsel
Many people have heard of the landmark case of Miranda v. Arizona. In that case, the US Supreme Court declared that certain basic rights are sacred under the US Constitution, including the right to be represented by an attorney if you're arrested. This includes the right to free legal representation when you can't afford to hire an attorney on your own.
If you get a speeding ticket or a parking ticket, or get sued in small claims court, don't expect to get a free attorney. This right applies only if you're charged with a crime where you could be punished with jail time, and in limited other serious instances such when the termination of your parental rights is at stake. This right to counsel applies at the trial level and to appeal at the higher courts.
Eligibility for Free Counsel Not Clear Cut
How do you qualify for free counsel? A judge ultimately determines whether you're so economically challenged to have an attorney assigned at no cost. In some places, these attorneys are called "public defenders."
You must ask the judge to appoint an attorney for you, then, the judge asks a number of personal questions about your financial resources. Many pointed questions are asked, including your income per week and how, the value of your assets and if other people are supporting you.
Be prepared for this detailed questioning in an open public courtroom - except for termination of parental rights cases, which are closed to the public. Don't exaggerate or lie; harsh penalties result if it's found out you lied about your ability to pay. One judge even remarked on the designer purse being carried by a person who asked for a free attorney. Scrutiny of this kind will be ongoing throughout the case.
Anyways, I don't really think I will easily qualify for it. I hope they only check the current balance of my bank account, not my house or credit card limit.