Should the Texas Medical Board distribute prescription pads to all Texans to prescribe their own medication because doctors are expensive? Of course not. The form is simply too dangerous without the accompanying expertise as to how to use it properly and safely. Likewise, the Texas Supreme Court should not give its imprimatur to legal forms for pro se litigants. Many unwary pro se litigants, lured into a false sense of safety by the Supreme Court’s endorsement, would inevitably suffer self-inflicted damage.
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