Monday, August 26, 2002

Do-it-yourself legal resources

        Thinking about representing yourself in court? The Internet has a wealth of information about court rules and procedures. Some standard forms can be downloaded via a number of local and national web sites: Official Web site of the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts, contains criminal and civil court rules for both Common Pleas and Municipal courts. It also has a link to the Domestic Relations court where similar information can be found. Official Web site of the Clermont County Courts, contains a link to the Clermont County Law Library and also has court rules and downloadable forms. Serves the Butler County Clerk of Court's office and, like the other counties, offers rules and forms. Butler County Law Library site allows you to search for case law and has downloadable court forms. Provides information on courts across Kentucky and gives instructions on how to locate the court sites in Kenton, Boone, and Campbell counties. Web site of the American Judicature Society. Click on the icon “Pro Se Forum.” It contains resource information and links to sites for those seeking assistance. Official site of the National Center for State Courts. Click Court Info icon and follow to Access & Fairness icon. Pro se information is contained here, including a list of frequently asked questions and lawyer referral sites.

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