If you’re a self-represented litigant, you’re essentially banned from appearing before the U.S. Supreme Court. That’s right, the lawyers representing the opponents in your case might be welcome, but you aren’t. The right to represent yourself in court is supposed to be protected by the U.S. Constitution. Yet, many self-represented litigants find it difficult to pursue meritorious cases to the fullest because of judicial barriers. The Supreme Court does not want to hear from us because they say they have too many cases. Here are 5 reasons why that is malarky and why courts should be expanded.
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