Pilot Program in Maryland Offers Help to Pro Se Litigants

In response to a growing number of people who forgo hiring a lawyer when heading into court, the law library at Howard County Circuit Court is providing five hours of free legal assistance each week to litigants who plan to represent themselves.

The Maryland State Law Library awarded a $9,100 grant to Howard to cover the expenses of the three-month pilot project, which began last week.

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