Bexar County, Texas, commissioners terminated a short-lived program to aid people representing themselves in family law and other matters after an outcry by solos and other lawyers.

On Jan. 22, the Bexar County Commissioners Court approved a plan, championed by 407th District Judge Karen H. Pozza and San Antonio Bar Association (SABA) leaders, to fund a self-help center in the law library of the Bexar County Courthouse for pro se filers.

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