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pro se

Legal Definition of pro se

Etymology

    Latin Origin

Adjective

  1. In one's personal behalf. Contrast with pro socio.

Definition of pro se

Etymology

Adjective

pro se (not comparable)

  1. (law) Representing oneself (in court); without an attorney.

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