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Can You Represent Yourself in Court
Can you represent yourself in court without an attorney (AKA as a “pro se” or “pro per” party)? As with everything in the law, the answer depends on your jurisdiction’s laws and court rules. You need to read and understand these to get a clearer answer. As a general rule, the answer is yes: you CAN represent YOURSELF in a civil lawsuit, subject to a few exceptions. (And of course depending on the laws and court rules in your jurisidiction). This is separate and apart from the more important question: Should You Represent Yourself in Court? Here a few common...
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