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Decision to Represent Self Not 'Excusable Neglect,' Court of Appeal Rules

Friday, March 30, 2007

This March 27, 2007 article discusses a recent California appellate case, "A litigant's decision to represent himself, despite difficulties in understanding the English language and legal procedure, was not 'mistake or excusable neglect,' that would entitle him to a new trial, the Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled yesterday."
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