Do lawyers still take pro bono cases?

I live in the state of wisconsin, my income is just under $30,000 a year, and I need a lawyer to represent me against a car dealership that falsified information on the sale of the car and warranty documents. I went to see a lawyer today, and he told me that I would have to pay $1,000 up front and I don't have... show more I live in the state of wisconsin, my income is just under $30,000 a year, and I need a lawyer to represent me against a car dealership that falsified information on the sale of the car and warranty documents. I went to see a lawyer today, and he told me that I would have to pay $1,000 up front and I don't have it. How do you find a lawyer that will take 33..3% or pro bono? Do all lawyers have to take pro-bono cases? Any advice? Self-representation?
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