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I read a case where a person had a friend (agent) represent them in court. The friend was not a lawyer, paralegal or law student. I wanted to know the laws or cases that would allow a person to have a friend represent them? Preferably Federal cases or cases that can be used as a basis for a Maryland court case.
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Please give me the name of the case. An individual can act "Pro Se" and represent himself in Court, however, neither a State, nor a Federal Court will permit a non-lawyer to represent a party in Court because that would constitute the crime of practicing law without a license.