People may represent themselves in the Supreme Court. However, our laws and court procedures can be complicated.
You may wish to take the following points into account before choosing to represent yourself in the Supreme Court.
You may also wish to consider the following questions:
You will need to ask the permission from the judge hearing your matter if you want to have a friend sit with you to assist you in presenting your case to the court.
Where to get legal advice and information - information about the different types of legal advice and information available.
You may also wish to access the following websites:
When you are in court you are trying to persuade a judge or jury that you are right. The following outlines some tips on conduct and procedure.