A Camden County man facing two charges of illegal possession of a firearm has decided, yet again, to represent himself in court. Dustin Burkhart had originally been represented by Austin Smith from the Public Defender’s office before deciding to represent himself. The last time he appeared in court, he agreed to allow legal representation and Smith was again assigned to his case. However, on Monday, when he appeared in court, he decided to represent himself again. He stated that he believed Smith was appointed to be an advisor instead of being the main attorney. When he was informed that was not the case, he argued with Judge Steven Jackson over the representation. As of right now, Burkhart will represent himself at his next hearing on December 5th.