The U.S. Supreme Court has shown an interest in potentially hearing a self-represented Marylander’s argument that his armed robbery conviction should be overturned because his defense attorney failed to exclude from the jury a juror who acknowledged before trial his ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has created a guide to help non-lawyers represent themselves in court. Chief Judge Peter Krauser says that approximately 2,000 appeals are filed with his court every year, and more than one in ...Read More »
In her six-year fight with her former employer, the city of Baltimore, Katrina Okoli has managed to flout two maxims: that you can’t fight city hall and that those who represent themselves in court have a fool for a client. ...
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I am a commercial litigator. My firm’s clients range from small to mid-sized businesses to larger companies to start-ups to individuals. They hire us to solve problems, resolve disputes, negotiate deals and make sure that they are acting in compliance ...Read More »