It is inadvisable to ever consider representing yourself in a criminal trial, but for
smaller civil trials, self-representation can be effective and cheap. If you plan on ...
Lots of people represent themselves in court, and with the right tools it's possible
to successfully file a lawsuit, conduct a useful investigation of the facts, and ...
It's possible that you may not be allowed to represent yourself in court. A judge
has to give you permission to do so, and you have to convince him to let you. And
Jan 12, 2012 ... Montgomery County District Court Judge Jimmy B. Pool is the special guest on
this episode of The Beasley Allen Report. He talks with show ...
May 27, 2015 ... In most cases, you are free to represent yourself in court if you choose; and in
some states, you are required to do so in small claims court.
Apr 1, 2013 ... there is now more chance that you will have to represent yourself. This Guide is
here to help. The Bar Council represents all barristers in ...
You have the right to speak for yourself in court without a solicitor or legal
professional - where to get help with papers and procedures.
Many people at family court represent themselves, but there are risks to
representing yourself. This page will help you evaluate whether representing
yourself is ...
If you wish to file a civil action in federal court, but do not have an attorney to
represent you, you may bring your case on your own. This is called "proceeding
Apr 1, 2013 ... Avoiding saying “Aha!” after a witness answers a question is among the tips
issued by the Bar Council to help lay people represent themselves ...