does one who cannot afford an attorney can defend oneself and be treated as an attorney by the judge
I was charged with a child visitiation interference. My son refuses to see his father.
I could not afford an attorney and decided to represent myself. I had no idea that would be so difficult and did find quilty since almost all of my questions and arguments were objected by the district attorney. Since offence as that if repeated 3 times can place me in jail. Don’t have I the right to the attorney being appointed to me or at least I should not be treated as one while defending myself. If I could not afford to pay for an attorney how can I afford to pay for thr fines imposed on me by the court?
Asked by: Barbara Lopucka 929 days ago - 15 Answers - 4891 views