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The biggest mistake Pro Se litigants make when representing themselves is trying to "lawyer up" their arguments.
You are far better off as a pro se litigant (and as an attorney) to use simple declarative statements in your arguments.
By the time you get to the conclusion of your brief or memorandum you should have made your points. You are now just looking to wrap it up. So a closing can look something like:
"For the above reasons I respectfully ***** ***** the Court reconsider their decision dated ____, taking into consideration the evidence and arguments presented, and issue an Amended Order directing that [insert what you are asking for].
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