How to Go to Family Court Without a Lawyer

A self-represented litigant (SRL) is someone who represents themselves instead of hiring a lawyer to represent them. Many people self-represent in family law cases. This handbook is designed to help you:• Understand family law processes• Get organized for family court• And present your case well The development of this resource was made possible through the…

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Civil Trial Procedure

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Sentencing

This pamphlet gives you some information about sentencing in criminal court. If you are charged with a criminal offence, talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. If you plead guilty, or are found guilty, of a criminal offence, the judge will decide what punishment you receive. This is called sentencing.

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Criminal Trial Procedure

If you’ve been charged with a crime and your case has not been diverted from the courts system, you will usually answer to the charge in a criminal court. Tips for when you go to court: Dress neatly and arrive early Ask for directions to the courtroom being used for your case at the front…

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A Guide for Witnesses

You may be called as a witness for either a criminal or civil trial. This publication is for anyone who wants to be informed about being a witness and testifying in court. You can download the publication below. Before You Testify in Court Testifying in Court

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Resolving Conflict Outside of Court

Conflict can arise in any situation or relationship. If the matter is important, it may seem like going to court is the only option. Going to court is an expensive, lengthy, and stressful procedure. There are no guarantees that you will get what you want. There are other ways to resolve conflict that give you…

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