If you are going to represent yourself in this matter, then you can file your appearance with the clerk of the court and appear without an attorney.
You may also present your case to dismiss - on a verbal motion and then request to present your evidence as to why the charges should not be pursued
You simply state that you are representing yourself and once the prosecutor states the charges and the facts and matters, you can state that you plead not guilty and that you move to have the matter dismissed and explain why you are making that Motion
Actually, the rule states the Motion must be made in writing
It reads as follows
Absent good cause, motions for dismissal or suppression of evidence in criminal cases shall be in writing and shall be provided to the prosecutor or city attorney at least 24 hours before the pre- trial hearing. Motions which are lengthy, complex, or which require the presence of witnesses will be heard by the court at a subsequent 35/3.6 hearing calendar.
See this link for more information on the pre trial hearings
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