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Tag Archives: pro se

Justices show interest in self-represented robber’s appeal

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 ...

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Attacking the pro se problem

State-funded attorneys would represent indigent parents in child custody disputes in Baltimore, Prince George’s County and the lower Eastern Shore under legislation likely to be proposed during the 2015 General Assembly session.

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After years of litigation, pro se plaintiff Katrina Okoli still fighting city hall

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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