Rule 46.1. Self-Representation
Any appellant, petitioner, or intervenor may be self represented before the Court. A self-represented party must give the Clerk and all other parties written notice (not included in another filing) of any change of his or her address or telephone number. Absent such notice, the mailing of documents to the address most recently provided by that person will be fully effective. See also Rules 25 (b)(3) (filing by inmate), 28(i) (informal brief), 32(h) (identification in brief), 33(a) (staff conference), and 45(j) (rules construed liberally for self-represented appellants).
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