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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective, adverb: On one’s own behalf (i.e., representing oneself in a court, without a lawyer).
From Latin pro (for) + se (himself, herself, itself, themselves). Earliest documented use: 1861.
“Pro se cases always troubled Judge Fischbein. People representing themselves in this kind of complicated litigation invariably created problems for the court as well as everyone else involved -- a lose-lose situation!”
Doug McPheters; Goshawk; iUniverse; 2013.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:The highest result of education is tolerance. -Helen Keller, author and lecturer (27 Jun 1880-1968)