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Representing Yourself in Small Claims Court


The experience of going to small claims court can be an intimidating process if you are appearing on your own, without a lawyer. People who go to court without representation are “self-represented litigants.” If you are self-represented, and you’re worried about what happens before and during a trial, this video will help. This video will give you, the self-represented litigant, some basic information about small claims court cases. The video will cover topics including the settlement conference and the basic procedure at trial. The video will also suggest some tips that may help you to make your case in the best manner before a judge.

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