If I want to give a letter to the Judge and don't have much time and I am defending myself pro se in a civil litigation case in Minnesota do I need to serve the same letter to the plaintiff?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If it is at all a serious legal issue ( or any amount of money at stake you can't afford to lose) you should get an attorney. You can get low cost advice on a flat fee basis ( behind the scenes) or if you are in a real jam, possibly pay on terms.
DON'T be your Own Attorney!
You must follow the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure, just like any party in litigation.