Pro Se Litigants Nina Keck of Vermont Public Radio reports from Rutland about the increasing number of people who represent themselves in court, known as pro se litigants. This is especially true in family court. Legal observers say pro se cases are clogging the courts, frustrating judges as well as plaintiffs, and forcing courts to decide cases that otherwise might be settled out of court.
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Pro Se Litigants

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Pro Se Litigants

Pro Se Litigants

Pro Se Litigants

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Nina Keck of Vermont Public Radio reports from Rutland about the increasing number of people who represent themselves in court, known as pro se litigants. This is especially true in family court. Legal observers say pro se cases are clogging the courts, frustrating judges as well as plaintiffs, and forcing courts to decide cases that otherwise might be settled out of court.