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When a trial does not take place and file is return to chief judge and defendant counsel fired

by yvonne
(florida)

Well, at a trial , judge agreed for defendant attorney to withdraw after defendant fired him and judge ordered case back to chief judge section in a foreclosure in Florida.

Defendant filed pro se. What next? Does the case start over? Will the trial still proceed at a later date? what recourse does the Pro se defendant now have ? No more attorneys.
Does the pro se defendant get to file documents in her defense? If so, what sort? Thanks

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Pro se foreclosure
by: Staff FALDP

Yvonne,

Since you fired your attorney, and the judge also allowed your attorney to withdraw you are apparently on your own. You can proceed pro se. It is unlikely that the case will start over. It will pick up where it left off. Either the court, opposing counsel, or you will need to set hearings to move your case forward. Following are a couple of sites that may help you with legal research:

http://www.foreclosureprose.com/

https://fightforeclosuredotnet.wordpress.com/

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