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We know that the experience of self-representation in our justice system is remarkably consistent.
It takes enormous work and effort.
It is a frustrating, stressful and often an interminably long experience.
There are some good days – and many bad days.
And even those few whose good days outnumber their bad days acknowledge the very same work, effort, frustration and stress.
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