in propria persona (in pro per)

Definition of "in propria persona (in pro per)"
  1. The act of representing oneself in court proceedings without the help of a lawyer
How to use "in propria persona (in pro per)" in a sentence
  1. In propria persona, the litigant handled the case without an attorney.
  2. Choosing to go in propria persona, John researched and prepared his own defense.
  3. Being in propria persona can be a challenge without a proper understanding of law.

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