Defending the Right to Self Representation: An Empirical Look at the Pro Se Felony Defendant
Abstract and full text of a 2006 law review article that "presents the results of the first comprehensive study of pro se [self-representing] felony defendants. The data clearly refute both the assumption that most felony pro se defendants are ill-served by the decision to self-represent and the theory that most pro se defendants suffer from mental illness." By a University of Georgia Law School professor.
Hashimoto, Erica, J.
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