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Should I represent myself in a criminal case?

Should I represent myself in a criminal case?

Old Mar 26th 2009, 6:00 am
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Default Should I represent myself in a criminal case?

Hello,
I am Addy. I am studying a law in US. Last week I met the person who was caught in certain crime. He told me that should he represent himself in a criminal case. I have not experienced to answer his question so I need your suggestion.


Any suggestions or idea would be greatly appreciated.
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Old Mar 26th 2009, 9:52 am
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Default Re: Should I represent myself in a criminal case?

Ask your law professor.

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