1. Doltouch Judge

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    Doltouch Judge

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    • "The Connection Between Alcohol & Rape" Judge Eugene Hyman

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      "The Connection Between Alcohol & Rape" Judge Eugene Hyman

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      • FREEDOM BY JAH ROOTSMAN

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        IF IT IS A FEAR YOU WOULD DISPEL THE SEAT OF THAT FEAR IS IN YOUR HEART AND NOT IN THE HAND OF THE FEARED

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        • Family Court Self Representation: Judge Eugene Hyman

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          Retired California Superior Court Judge Eugene Hyman discusses representing yourself in Family Court. Representing yourself in any type of legal matter without the benefit of legal counsel is referred to as acting "Pro Se". Pro Se (pronounced 'pro say') literally means "on one's own behalf" -- you choose to act on your own without hiring an attorney. Legal self representation applies to more than just court proceedings; actions like creating a Last Will and Testament, filing a Deed, handling your own Divorce or filing for Bankruptcy all fall under the pro se category, provided you complete the legal forms and file the paperwork without the advice or representation of a lawyer. WHAT TYPE OF PEOPLE REPRESENT THEMSELVES? A variety of legal organizations and bar associations have conducted studies of self-represented litigants, and these studies show that a wide variety of individuals rely upon themselves for handling their legal issues: • Persons with lower than average incomes are more likely to represent themselves. • A significant portion of self-represented individuals report they could have afforded to hire an attorney to represent them, but that they chose not to do so. • Some studies show that those who represent themselves are far more likely to be satisfied with the legal process than those who are represented by attorneys. • Three quarters of those who represented themselves in court said they would do it again before they hired an attorney.

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          • Jenny Rogers for Judge- "Judge for Yourself"

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            • Jenny Rogers for Judge- "Advocate"

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              • What happens after the hearing and how long does it take for me to get paid?

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                Indiana Social Security disability attorney, Sondra Burger, of the Charles D. Hankey Law Office, discusses how the benefits are determined and the time frame it takes for you to get your initial check. For more information, please visit http://www.hankeylawoffice.com/social-security-disability.aspx

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                • The Shields Report: Episode 123

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                  In This Episode Dan Reveals a Surprise For 2 of His Biggest Winners. He Also Discusses a Woman Who Killed a 67-Year-Old and a Casino That is Full of Bullshit. Segments: "I've Had Enough" "Justice Scum"

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                  • BLIND JUDGE 3

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                    Blind Judge 3 @ Chicken Shop South Australia

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                    • Family Court Self Representation: Judge Eugene Hyman

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                      Retired California Superior Court Judge Eugene Hyman discusses representing yourself in Family Court. Representing yourself in any type of legal matter without the benefit of legal counsel is referred to as acting "Pro Se". Pro Se (pronounced 'pro say') literally means "on one's own behalf" -- you choose to act on your own without hiring an attorney. Legal self representation applies to more than just court proceedings; actions like creating a Last Will and Testament, filing a Deed, handling your own Divorce or filing for Bankruptcy all fall under the pro se category, provided you complete the legal forms and file the paperwork without the advice or representation of a lawyer. WHAT TYPE OF PEOPLE REPRESENT THEMSELVES? A variety of legal organizations and bar associations have conducted studies of self-represented litigants, and these studies show that a wide variety of individuals rely upon themselves for handling their legal issues: • Persons with lower than average incomes are more likely to represent themselves. • A significant portion of self-represented individuals report they could have afforded to hire an attorney to represent them, but that they chose not to do so. • Some studies show that those who represent themselves are far more likely to be satisfied with the legal process than those who are represented by attorneys. • Three quarters of those who represented themselves in court said they would do it again before they hired an attorney.

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