As New Jersey state aid and other sources of operating funds dry up, regional legal services offices — which handle the bulk of noncriminal counseling for New Jersey’s poor — are in retrenchment, and several are handing out scores of pink slips.

Aug. 6 was the last day for 18 of the 88 workers at Northeast New Jersey Legal Services, and six attorneys were among the casualties.

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