I filed a proper pro se motion to the courts for a bond reinstatement the court sent me an order saying that motion was used to appoint me a lawyer.
Talk to your appointed lawyer about it and consider it the first step to a win on whatever it is you are trying to accomplish. Your "proper pro se motion" probably convinced the Court you possibly had a serious and legitimate claim that should be looked into, and not was not a motion to be admitted to practice before the courts without a law degree and passing the bar. Try to get over being offended by what was probably some confusion on the court's part about what you were asking them to do and the legitimacy of the factual and legal basis for the relief you were requesting.
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