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Representing Yourself in Court & Collecting Your Judgment - Nolo ...

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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 ...

Minnesota Judicial Branch - Representing Yourself in Court

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You have the right to represent yourself in District Court without a lawyer, but you are required to know and follow the court rules and the law. Read the court ...

Representing Yourself - getting_started_selfhelp - California Courts

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But in civil cases, you do not have the right to a court-appointed lawyer so, if you ... Whatever the reason, you have the right to represent yourself, to be your own ...

Representing Yourself Home

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Start Here: You must complete the education program about representing yourself in court to use the approved forms. The program tells you about the Missouri ...

Representing Yourself FAQs - CT Judicial Branch

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You have a right to represent yourself in all court cases. When you represent yourself, you are called a “self-represented party.” In some cases, like ...

Representing Yourself In Court - Civil Law Self-Help Center

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There are risks to representing yourself! Learn how to evaluate whether representing yourself is a good idea. Also, get some tips on how to represent yourself ...

How to Represent Yourself in Court (U.S.) (with Pictures)

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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.

An Introduction to Representing Yourself — public

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The court is a very traditional place. When you are representing yourself in court, you are trying to persuade a judge or jury that you are right. So you must act, ...

Representing Yourself in Court - Texas Court Help

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This page has information about how to act when you are representing yourself in court. If you want the information on this page in writing, click the Download ...

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Sep 10, 2008 ... Chapter 1 - "Introduction" of "Family Matters: Choosing to Represent Yourself in Court". Video developed by (c) 2008 Indiana Supreme Court ...
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Should You Represent Yourself in Court? - FindLaw

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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 ...

Representing Yourself in a Criminal Case - Lawyers.com

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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  ...

courts.IN.gov: Representing Yourself in Court

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Before choosing to represent yourself in court, there are some things you should know about what to expect and what is expected of you.