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Can I fight my own case in court without a lawyer?

Thus, if you have an aptitude for law (and, more so, if you have a degree in law), go ahead and fight your own case in court, without engaging a lawyer. The law does not stop you from fighting your own case and you have every right to do so.

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What happens if an accused does not have a lawyer?

In case the accused is not in a position or doesn’t want to engage a lawyer, the court is bound to give him the services of an ‘Amicus Curie’- an advocate who will be asked by the Court to represent the case and the money for the same will be borne by the court.

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Can a person lead his case in court without an attorney?

BUT IT IS UNTRUE THAT ONE CAN AUTHORIZE TO PLEAD HIS CASE IN ANY COURT TO ANY PERSON,EVEN IF THAT PERSON IS NOT AN ADVOCATE AUTHORIZED BY LAW TO PRACTICE IN LAW COURTS. v.

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Do you need a law degree to appear in court?

Sethi says that to appear in person in the court, one doesn’t require a law degree at all. “Even the petitioner can engage another person to plead the case. That other person also doesn’t require to be a lawyer.

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