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pro se

 (prō sā)
adv.
In propria persona.

[Latin, for himself, for herself, for themselves : prō, for + , ablative of reflexive pronoun.]
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The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District issued a ruling April 9 that teased out the difference between attorney abandonment and an attorney's filing of a "statement en lieu" that is, a document in which post-conviction counsel tells the court that he or she has found no facts or claims to add to a defendant's pro se petition.
It's called the "Pro Se Legal Assistance Program." It was designed to "enhance access to justice and help pro se civil litigants in that court as they navigate a variety of legal issues with already filed cases or ones they are seeking to file," according to a press release from Hofstra's law school.
The court asked for briefing on whether Matthews could proceed pro se for Farmville after it had been dissolved and whether the complaint "had legal effect where signed by a non-lawyer former member of a dissolved LLC."
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For almost a decade, the Pro Se Project has provided access to federal courts for people who might not otherwise have such access.
Hoping to address that issue, the North Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals have greenlighted a new appellate pro bono program designed to assist litigants attempting to file pro se appeals in the state's courts.
Another way the OCBF is improving the administration of justice is through its funding of the Federal Pro Se Legal Clinic.
The underlying problem is the downright indifference of most judges to the needs of pro se's.
passive judicial role in pro se litigation and makes the case for active
16-3905, which Dearborn briefed pro se, concerns the denial of several motions for an immediate transfer to a federal prison from the county jail where Dearborn was housed temporarily after resentencing.