You are constitutionally guaranteed the right to represent yourself in Court. You cannot, however, represent another person or business entity, unless you are an attorney.
Be advised that if you choose to represent yourself, you are responsible for the full knowledge of the law and will be expected to present yourself and the case within the rules established by the Court and the law. Staff in the Clerk’s office cannot give you legal advice, and the Judges and Magistrates cannot give you legal advice. If you have questions, you should consult an attorney.
If you have been charged with a crime for which the possible penalties include jail, and you cannot afford an attorney, you may be eligible for a court appointed attorney.