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posted 3 years ago
When should one represent oneself in court?
I recognize these adages: " a pro se defense is usually a bad defense" and "A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for his client". However, some pro se defenses have succeeded, such as the following. So when ought one to flout this adage? 1. UKSC Justice Lord Sumption (Caveat: He is a barrister) 2. Some other notable victories here"
  • United States
  • Criminal Litigation

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