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There are many reasons why people represent themselves in court without a lawyer. There are some risks when representing yourself, though. There are also some types of cases where you need an attorney. Attorneys know the law, but they also know the complex rules of the court.

You can use the Arkansas Bar Association's Attorney Search below to find an attorney to help you with your case. You can search for an attorney by practice area, name, city, county, or state.

The Arkansas Judiciary Attorney Record Search allows you to check the record of an attorney. You can see if the attorney that you've chosen has had any disciplinary actions for his or her conduct.

For more information about representing yourself in court or preparing for court, visit CourtHelp.


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