Should You Represent Yourself In Court Without A Lawyer In Louisiana?

It is extremely difficult for anyone to remain objective when representing themselves. Even Lawyers in Lafayette, Louisiana get another attorney to represent them, when they are a party to a trial. Any party to litigation in Acadiana should be represented by an objective attorney.


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