No, If you cannot appoint a lawyer, Then you can't have one!
Supreme Court Ruling
Clarence Earl Gideon was accused for committing a robbery crime, and he was taken to court.
Gideon did not afford enough money to appoint a lawyer and so he had to represent himself.
A lawyer (If the accused person can't afford one) Must be provided by law to the people who need one. Lawyers are paid by taxes that we pay.
The right to counsel refers to the right of a criminal defendant to have a lawyer assist in his defense, even if he cannot afford to pay for an attorney. The Sixth Amendment is the amendment related to this case.
This case declared that judges must appoint and pay for lawyers for people who cannot afford them.