A Camden County man representing himself for two charges of illegal possession of a weapon is scheduled to appear in court for his arraignment this morning. Dustin Burkhart faces the charges after he got into a confrontation with Joseph Beeman, which ended with Beeman pulling a gun and shooting at Burkhart before Burkhart retrieved his own firearm and returned fire, ultimately killing Beeman. Because the shots were in self-defense, he isn’t facing charges directly for the death, Burkhart is a convicted felon so it is illegal for him to possess a weapon. A couple of different times since the case began, Burkhart had agreed to accept legal representation but shortly after changed his mind and, as of now, still plans to represent himself. Judge Stan Moore will preside over the trial.