You may be able to represent someone in court depending on the case’s specific circumstances and the jurisdiction’s laws.
Individuals are generally not permitted to represent others in court unless they are qualified legal professionals. This is because court proceedings can be complex and require a good understanding of the law and court procedures.
Some jurisdictions have exceptions to this rule, and individuals may be allowed to represent themselves or someone else in court in certain circumstances. For example, small claims courts in some jurisdictions enable individuals to express themselves in cases where the amount in dispute is below a certain threshold.
It is advisable to seek the assistance of a qualified legal professional to represent you or someone else in court. This can help ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the best possible outcome in your case. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to apply for legal aid or seek assistance from a pro bono legal service.