After improperly filing numerous motions and other paperwork, a Camden County man has agreed that he shouldn’t represent himself in court. Dustin Burkhart was attempting to represent himself after being charged with two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm but, after some convincing by Judge Steven Jackson, Burkhart realized that wasn’t the best decision for his case. Judge Jackson had pointed out numerous errors in paperwork, and even some motions that he hadn’t called by the right name when filing them. Burkhart faces the two charges after he got into a shooting match with Joseph Beeman, which ended with Beeman losing his life. While no charges have been filed for the death and it was determined that Beeman shot first, Burkhart is a convicted felon, so he cannot legally possess a firearm.