Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews Jerry O’Neil, a Montana state legislator and paralegal who has lots of information to share about the U.S. court system.
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Pro se legal representation
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pro se legal representation means advocating on one’s own behalf before a court, rather than being represented by a lawyer. This may occur in any court proceeding, whether one is the defendant or plaintiff in civil cases, and when one is a defendant in criminal cases.
“Jerry has a deep understanding of freedom… he knows how important it is to preserve freedom, and how easily government can take it away. One law takes a little freedom here, another takes more freedom incrementally.”
– Sen. Joe Balyeat