In Pro Per

Definition - What does In Pro Per mean?

In pro per or in propria persona is a phrase from the Latin language, which means “in the person of yourself”. In propria persona is not usually used in court, but in pro per is.

Justipedia explains In Pro Per

The terms "pro se" and "pro per" are treated equally in court; they refer to a situation where a person represents him/herself in a court without taking any benefits of the counsel. Every state in the U.S. allows the person to fight his or her own case without any help from the lawyer.

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