Going to court without a lawyer is new normal for U.S. litigants [Everett]

Going to court without a lawyer is new normal for U.S. litigants — from msn.com by Gwen Everett Excerpt: A fair shot at justice is a bedrock value of the American legal system, yet litigants who represent themselves against attorneys are unlikely to win their cases or settle on beneficial terms, according to Bonnie Hough, […]

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