Can I finish my court case without a lawyer seeing that I'm pro se or will the judge rule in my favor?
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The judge only allowed your case to START. There is a whole lot more ahead. If the other side has an attorney, you can just about count on losing.
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You provide no context as to the type of case, however, you should NEVER go before a judge without a lawyer by your side.
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And now that you’ve survived you think you’ve won? Unless you know how to try your case, you should get representation.