You may be able to represent your son in court, but this depends on the jurisdiction’s specific laws and the case’s circumstances.
In most jurisdictions, you are not permitted to represent someone else in court unless you are a qualified legal professional. This rule may have some exceptions depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case involved.
If your son is a minor, you can represent him in court as his legal guardian or next friend, depending on the jurisdiction. However, if your son is an adult, you may be unable to represent him in court, even if you are his parent.
Seek legal advice from a qualified legal professional in your jurisdiction to determine the court representation rules. This can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case involved. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to apply for legal aid or seek assistance from a pro bono legal service.