FL – State v Trussell – Sui Juris

What a fool… All he needs to do is sign the darn document and go through the judge’s evaluation as to whether or not he is fit to represent himself. ‘Demand to present himself sui juris’ is guaranteed to result in him having a fool as a lawyer, but the judge may allow him to proceed as such.

A simple ‘motion’ is so much better than a demand… Learn how to work properly in the court system, or the judge will never going to give Terry the opportunity to (re)present himself.

11/10/2014 DEMAND TO PRESENT MYSELF SUI JURIS

One thought on “FL – State v Trussell – Sui Juris

  1. I have always thought the right to defend one’s self as very weird. In this country, lawyers have pass the bar and to be licensed to practice in court. However, the court will allow someone with no experience whatsoever to represent themselves if they competent to do so. If the court allows the right for one to defend’s one self what is point of even having the bar or a law license. It is kind of silly that our judicial system requires a person to have a law degree, pass the bar and to be licensed in good standing but has no problem allowing someone with no experience whatsoever to represent themselves assuming they are competent to do so.

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