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From The March Issue of the Newsletter: Proceeding Pro Se

  • To enable a person, who is able to use a PC to do much of the leg work and save on attorney hours so as to be able to afford a reasonable defense and not lose by default for lack of funds to defend themselves.
  • To improve the quality of pro se papers and to thereby help the courts deal better with the administration of justice.
  • Enlightening the public as to alternative and lower cost options of dispute resolution – such as arbitration and mediation.
  • To enable attorneys to help persons, who would not otherwise be able to afford a legal defense, without placing the attorney in the difficult economic position of pro bono demands that must be severely rationed as contrasted to efficient and economic paid for pro se assistance.
  • To confer with appropriate court personnel – such as assignment judges and others – to improve the orderly and fair administration of justice and correct unfair practices that have crept into the system.
  • To operate with unpaid officers and other volunteers to insure true dedication to help others rather than the pursuit of money.
  • To engage in such necessary related activities and efforts to further the peaceful and just resolution of disputes and the protection of citizen’s liberties in keeping with the Bill of Rights of the United States.
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