Judge Claims Toddlers Can Defend Selves In Court

A senior Justice Department official argued this week that children as young as age 3 or 4 facing deportation are capable of representing themselves in court and don’t need government-appointed lawyers to assist them. What do you think?

“There’s no better defense than crying on the stand.”

Jeffrey Manke • Systems Analyst

“Oh, boo-hoo. When I was a kid my parents made me handle all my own litigation.”

Alicia Dorsett • Website Critic

“I can’t wait to see a jury of their peers!”

Oscar Kot • Unemployed

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