LLCrRLJ 3.1(g) Waiver of right to counsel Unless a written waiver of the defendant's right to counsel is signed by the defendant and filed with the Court, an attorney shall be appointed to represent the defendant at all stages of the proceedings. No criminal charge shall be set for trial involving a self represented defendant, unless such a signed waiver of counsel is filed with the Court. Adopted effective 9/1/98; Amended rule effective 9/01/06
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