Why Do Even Judges Think That Defending Oneself In A DWI Case Is Ill-Advised?

Why Do Even Judges Think That Defending Oneself In A DWI Case Is Ill-Advised?

Gary Churak's Answer

Whenever someone decides to represent themselves pro se, it creates an extra burden on the court in terms of admonishments and documents that need to be executed. For the purpose of a good record on a case, most courts require an attorney to handle the matter.
Why Do Even Judges Think That Defending Oneself In A DWI Case Is Ill-Advised?