Can I Represent Myself? A Self-help Guide for the Self-Represented Litigant
This is a pre-order, which will be shipped to you when it is released in the Fall 2020. A 50% discount wiil be applied at check out.
This is a DIY book on the courts and every step of the civil litigation process. It's a must-have for pro se litigants and non-lawyers considering or facing civil litigation.
Disclaimer: By downloading this e-book, you acknowledge that the information contained in this e-book is offered for educational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for legal advice. You understand that your purchase, download, and/or use of these materials is neither legal advice nor the practice of law, and that each form and any applicable instructions or guidance is not customized to your particular needs. Before undertaking self-representation, we urge you to consult with an attorney licensed to practice in your state. Moreover, this guide is not for criminal defendants. That is to say, while a criminal defendant has a right to self-representation, we completely advise against representing yourself in a criminal proceeding: There is simply too much at stake and no margin of error where your liberty is concerned. That said, before you undertake representing yourself in a criminal proceeding, we strongly suggest that your read section 3 of this book: Is it Time to Find a Lawyer?
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