I wouldn't recommend that course of action for anybody. Obviously, I'm a private lawyer and I get paid to do what I do, but even if you can't afford an attorney, there is a public defender's office that has lawyers that can review your case to make sure that there are no defenses available to you in that case. I use the doctor analogy lots of times, and it's appropriate here too. You need a good diagnosis before you take any course of action. Somebody ought to review your case in order to tell you that, well, you really don't have much to go on here, or you have viable defenses; it's up to you if you want to take that course of action and fight it.