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How to Navigate the Landmines of the Legal System

How to Navigate the Landmines of the Legal System, Avoid being Taken Advantage of by Bad Legal Professionals, and Confidently Tip the Scales of Lady Justice Swiftly, Accurately, and WITHOUT FEAR — FOREVER.

But how exactly do you accomplish any of that without:

  • breaking the law,
  • losing your mind,
  • going broke,
  • obtaining a BAR card,
  • hiring someone who has one,

or getting a law degree for yourself?

I’m not a lawyer.

I don’t want to be one.

I haven’t dated any and there aren’t any in my immediate family.

I don’t congregate with any long enough to get “special favors” or a “family and friends” discount.

I’m not an expert in legal matters and I think I’ve actually only “won” one legal case my whole life.

So why listen to anything I possibly have to say?

Because I’ve finally found something that’s answered 99% of my questions and removed the majority of fear and anxiety when it comes to even thinking about legal matters.

What I’ve found, levels the legal playing field for each and every single regular, non-lawyer, non-traditional law student, non-legal professional, like myself.

It provides answers to all sorts of legal questions and conundrums, with strategies, methods, and options that to this day, lawyers and other legal professionals won’t provide full answers to.

This was true, even when I was already paying them thousands upon thousands of dollars for their services!

You may have had similar experiences.

The law isn’t always fair or right.

A practicing attorney with over 30 years experience, developed a legal course for the normal, every day regular person, in order to understand court procedures, court rules, legal paperwork, research, rules of evidence, and more.

As a lawyer, he understands the law isn’t always fair or right.

He got tired of seeing regular people getting hosed in court, just because they couldn’t afford typical legal counsel for their legal needs. And?

He also got really tired of members of his own profession ripping other people off.

Because of the course I learned you have every right to do the exact same things as an attorney-at-law does, when it comes to your own case, while representing yourself in court.

Did you know that? Because I didn’t. And thinking that through means a few important things:

  • That means you have the right to learn and understand every last thing about court procedures, documents, evidence, objections, trials, and more, without being required to have a BAR card or a law degree.
  • If you’re stuck representing yourself, you need to know all of these things in order to effectively defend yourself in or out of the court.

If you don’t, there’s only two other options that most of us choose.

And they aren’t even really “choices.”

  1. Use a lawyer who may fleece you financially, communicate very little with you, and not advocate for you as well as they could be, OR
  2. Read everything you can on forums, law-club websites, a few sections of the statutes in your county, cross your fingers you filed your paperwork properly, and start bargaining with God that the judge listens to anything you might have to say (all without getting fired for missing too much work or pissing off your significant other!)

I think most of us might prefer to be stuck in a room with a regrettable ex-lover who hasn’t showered or brushed their teeth in a month while we stab our own eyes out with a toothpick rather than choose either of those options.

If this knowledge is both a right and is necessary, why do the ways of the court seem so hidden?

Why the mystery, the bravado, the theatrics, and the intimidation by some legal professionals who intend to keep it that way?

And why, when you’ve done everything in your power to follow the “letter of the law” does it feel like the court rules against plain and expected outcomes?

This course solves all of that.

It explains everything in simple, easy-to-understand layman’s language. It doesn’t teach you tricks or courtroom theatrics, or conspiracy theory mumbo jumbo — just good old fashioned hardened rules combined with case-winning methods.

If you don’t know the rules, you can’t navigate the courts, let alone the one legal situation, you or a loved one may be facing right now.

Layer upon layer, as you move through the course on your own time, light bulbs of understanding and realization start going off. As each light bulb “comes on”, you start to “see” the pattern of a path. You learn how to properly walk that path from the first paper that’s filed, to the end of the trial if need be.

And it works for every single type of case, regardless of the type of court: criminal, small claims, traffic, family, juvenile, etc. It doesn’t matter.

  • You have the right to learn and understand everything about our modern day court systems as they currently stand in their modern structures.
  • You don’t have to try and trick the courts, the opposing counsel, or even challenge the court or judge over common internet theories you might read about.
  • You also don’t have to be bamboozled or intimidated by a lawyer who’s being vague with you, won’t answer your questions, or who’s relying upon your ignorance before or after they’ve gotten you to give them a retainer fee, just because “you’re not their only client.”

Look, I can go on and on and on and on about this course. And I do. It’s the reason I decided to start promoting it on a regular basis.

Course Preview

Let me just give you a preview of what you’re gonna learn or how you’re going to learn it in this course. When I was writing this up, I counted 87 separate things, but even the list below doesn’t begin to describe the powerful wealth the course contains.

I’m just hitting the top-level stuff here – OK?

This list doesn’t even include the 100 different little things I personally felt I learned in the very introductory portions of the course alone.

  • The key to protecting yourself in court from start to finish
  • Three ways to dodge a lawsuit
  • The first thing you should check as soon as you’re served paperwork
  • The only two types of law you actually have to manage
  • The three-pronged approach to win any type of case
  • Protect yourself from corrupt business partners
  • Safely shield yourself from out-of-control neighbors
  • Inoculate yourself against incompetent doctors
  • Safeguarding yourself from sibling rivalries
  • Proven methods to keep the court honest
  • How to force the court to protect your rights
  • How to make the court do what you want
  • The cure for “lawlessness” that appears to run freely in the court
  • Why the saying “if you don’t know your rights you don’t have any” is actually incorrect
  • The biggest reason why your opinions in court don’t actually matter
  • What makes a judge worry the most
  • The 1-to-1 secret. Second graders understand it and it can unravel your opponent’s case from the beginning.
  • How to control judges
  • The right way to gain the favor of a judge
  • Four things you should never do in front of a judge
  • How to hire and control lawyers
  • Defeat crooked lawyers without ending up in jail
  • What must be done to win in court before you speak to a lawyer, should you choose to consult or hire one
  • Cut down on billable hours your attorney may charge you
  • Keep the lawyer from cheating you
  • What the lawyers should be doing on your case and how to call them out on it when they aren’t
  • Avoid paying for lazy-lawyering
  • Stop your own lawyer from treating you like the bad guy
  • Preserve more of your wallet from being drained through legal fees
  • Draft proper pleadings that send point-blank messages to the heart and mind of the opposing counsel and the judge
  • What admissible evidence is and what it isn’t
  • How to get evidence into the record
  • Why you should forget “clever” arguments during a case
  • Legal forms explained in every day language
  • Making effective courtroom objections and when to raise them
  • Why the only thing that matters in court is the ink flowing from the judge’s pen
  • Five different discovery tools, when and how to use them
  • Proven case-winning procedures (regardless of the type of case you’re facing)
  • Surprise your opponent by carrying yourself well in court
  • Understand which document can force your opponent to hand over everything from documents drafted years ago to the toothbrush they may have used this morning
  • How to prevent being barreled over by the court and not be taken seriously
  • How to argue with judges and not get thrown out of the courtroom
  • How to stay calm and collected as a ninja who’s already won their fight
  • The real secret of interpreting the statutes. (Hint: You don’t have to do it yourself)
  • How to sort through statutes like a trained and honed samurai
  • When the burden of proof is ACTUALLY shifted to you and when it’s not
  • Layered-by-layer learning
  • Learning that accommodates most learning styles – text, audio, visual, using slides, cartoons, and other imagery
  • Be pro se, without be treated like you’re pro se
  • Demystify the legal industry once and for all
  • Gain confidence, play fair, and play to win (even though your finances and your life are no game!)
  • The dirty and lazy tricks that the other side will sling at you and how to defeat them with the swipe of a pen
  • When the issues you’re having with the neighbor become legal issues
  • How natural law and common law all play into our current system and how to use it to your advantage
  • Common (and uncommon) reasons to sue
  • Which defenses are OK to use and under which conditions you should present them
  • Specific defenses you should avoid like the plague
  • Which set of facts and which set of laws applies to your case and how to confidently forget everything else
  • Rules of Procedure
  • Rules of Evidence
  • Moving the court
  • Demanding hidden evidence
  • Filing defenses with teeth
  • Stop foreclosure and debt collection in their tracks
  • Winning on appeal
  • Winning in family court
  • Legal research done right
  • How to stay out of jail
  • Legal writing with ease
  • How to remove intimidation
  • Property fundamentals
  • Effectively collect money judgements
  • Stop loosing needlessly
  • Why learning legal theory isn’t enough to win in court
  • How to win before you ever get to trial
  • Know ahead of time if you have a winnable case or not
  • Why “admissible at trial” and “admissible to court” are two different things and how to use them to your advantage
  • Turning your opponent slowly inside out with just one single piece of paper
  • Why being a “writer” can hurt you in court
  • The difference between actual proof and an offer of proof. Did your lawyer explain the difference?
  • Avoiding empty and baseless arguments from misguided self-grown law clubs
  • The six different types of cases and how to figure out where you’re at in each
  • Proving obvious facts almost instantaneously
  • The two hinges all cases actually hang off of
  • Detailed tutorials
  • How to be a true patriot without painting a needless target on your back, getting tossed in jail, quitting your job, or living in the woods
  • How to send your opponent’s attorney into a conniption fit (*if you so desire*)

And would you like to know another secret? I’m not even done taking the course yet.

I’m only on the first pass through and I haven’t even started to take notes yet.

It’s so good, so in depth, yet so simple, it’s already demystifying the ways of the court, answering questions that could have been answered by the legal professionals I’d previously hired, and leveling the playing field for the regular individual.

I made the mistake of waiting too long to learn.

I thought I was going to need countless hours and undivided attention to learn.

I thought I was going to be stuck in a dusty law library enduring odd looks, immature snickers, and dirty looks from slaving law students and fresh paralegals on my nights and weekends.

And then I thought the text would be so boring, I’d end up stabbing my eyes with toothpicks anyway.

I thought trying to learn was pointless.


Like I said, I have a lot to say.

I’m not even going to justify the cost, the course is that good. It’s around one hour’s worth of an attorney’s time. If you’ve ever had to pay for an attorney or know someone who has, then you know the price of this course is an absolute God send. You get access for a full calendar year from the time you buy the course and the materials are updated yearly. If you renew before 30 days prior to your expiration date — you get to renew for less than half for another year! Less than half!

The materials are quite literally worth their weight in gold.

But this course isn’t for everybody.

It’s not for people who don’t like to follow directions (or recipes). You can’t just open the course, navigate to the section you think you need, read two paragraphs, and find the exact answer you need for your exact legal situation, and think your problems are solved. It’s layered-by-layered learning. For this course to be effective for you, you have to learn the material in order. It’s not just the material that’s unique, it’s how it’s taught. It’s not for people who are looking for scripts to memorize. You won’t be able to just search through the course, find a few sentences, paste them into your legal document, file it with the judge, and stand there as if you’re wearing Tony Stark’s Iron Man outfit. Not even Tony Stark would be impervious to the judge’s response to that.

You just have to see it for yourself.

The first thing you should do is check out the course for yourself.

You and your loved ones need to know the truth.

Check it out here.

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My brain has been working on a perfect storm. Problem-solving, soul-searching, plotting, planning, and doing it all over again. Each iteration refined.

And I could feel it: the perfect solution would dawn soon.

There’s been lots of moving pieces.

Some of them include:

  • the current state of the legal system,
  • surviving family court,
  • knowing grievances and injustices were playing out during more than one case, but not being able to put my finger on them,
  • living without my kids even though they weren’t 18 yet,
  • being exposed to verifiable credentials technology and ninja-like things called zero-knowledge proofs,
  • finally learning about the legal system,
  • actual experiences vs. perceived experiences,
  • reflected understanding, and

knowing I can finally speak.

Calculated and restricted at certain points, but yes, I can speak, nonetheless.

I found the solution to “fixing” several legal scenarios.

For the individual, it’s a course written by an attorney with over 30 years of practice, who got tired of seeing regular, pro se (people who represent themselves in court), get hosed in court. He knew the damage didn’t have to be done.

Too many people lose needlessly. For the business and entity side of it, the adoption of proper verifiable credentials technology, properly built and implemented, is vital. Individuals will eventually be using it, but the majority of the adoption will be the business level first. Basically, you’ll be able to prove statements you make in a cryptographic, yet privacy-preserving way, with an emphasis on the end-user retaining control of their data. Between these things, many of the issues found in the legal, law enforcement, and forensics industries are solved. I started devoting my blog to this topic to prove to you:

  • that you’re not alone.
  • that an alternate way exists. You don’t have to get screwed over and if you do, you’ll either know why or what to do about it.
  • there’s hope on the other side.
  • there’s a resource that can give you the answers you’re not getting from most lawyers and legal professionals, even though you might be paying thousands upon thousands of dollars for their services.
  • that the legal industry has been demystified thanks to this course.
  • that you have a right to know how the court works and how to work the court, without having to become an attorney-at-law. Everyone does.
  • that you have a right to be able to protect yourself in court.
  • that you have a right to discuss these things openly with your attorney, if you choose to have one – and actually be able to understand what they’re talking about when you have discussions.
  • that you have a right to be heard, not just by legal, law enforcement officers, other officers of the court, and other legal professionals, but by the courts as well.

If you or someone you know is dealing with, or ever has dealt with the legal system in anyway shape or form, I hear you. I see you. I feel you. I know what you’re going through, what your friends, family or other loved one is going through.

Unless you’ve been medically ruled as such, you aren’t crazy. You aren’t abnormal.

You’ve just had key information kept from you, one way or another. And it’s wreaked absolute havoc in your day-to-day life, effected your job, stressed your relationships with friends and family, left you alienated, and financially impacted with adjectives that doesn’t begin to do it justice.

I think it’s time to change that.

Don’t you agree?

This blog discusses more about the legal course that is literally turning the tide on the legal industry itself. It shows you how to navigate the landmines of the legal system, avoid being taken advantage of by bad legal professionals, and confidently tip the scales of Lady Justice back to where they’re supposed to be. And it shows you how to do all of that without:

  • breaking the law,
  • losing your mind,
  • obtaining a BAR card, hiring (or begging) someone who has one,
  • joining a law club,
  • becoming an expat,
  • swearing off Federal Reserve Notes,
  • “escaping the system”,
  • memorizing confusing scripts,
  • trying to trick a judge (or piss one off),
  • or enrolling in college.

I also periodically discuss verifiable credentials technology and the possibilities it holds.

What I’ve found, levels the legal playing field for each and every single regular, non-lawyer, non-traditional law student, non-legal professional, like myself.

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Be in the Legal System but Not of the Legal System

She’s bent down near the edge of the water. A silhouette. Her wings are sticking out of her back, free and relaxed.

This angel walks among us, quietly fitting into our world while doing secret good and carrying out orders from on High like a stealth ninja.

But sometimes, she’s sad. Sometimes, she’s wondering why she does what she does, and she doubts the ripple effect of change her actions cause.

Periodically, she also longs for home.

She’s in the world, but not of it.

When you learn the legal system for yourself, you’ll eventually sprout “wings”. You can’t give legal advice to others without being an attorney-at-law.

That’s a given.

But your newfound knowledge and understanding of the courts, court processes, legal documentation, legal rules, and research will help you inadvertently help others.

You can operate within the legal realm, but not being an attorney or legal professional, you’re not actually of it.

  • Your new found confidence and calmness will rub off on others who also perhaps cannot afford an attorney.
  • You’re sparking gentle hope where maybe there wasn’t any before.
  • You’re throwing a small life line within the turbulence of a choppy legal situation, the other person feels they’ll eventually be swallowed by.

What you don’t know, much like our stealthy angel, is that you allowed that person to continue on with their life. They went on to discover new and exciting things about themselves. They passed their new hope and beliefs onto others.

Maybe because of that a relationship or two was salvaged or repaired. Maybe newfound influences happened between them and others. Maybe…

Maybe you being in the legal system, but not of the legal system, sets off a chain reaction that not only impacts your own life, but those of who’s lives you touch, which in turn sparks changes in your neighborhood, city, state, or country.

Being an individual who can operate within the legal system, but still isn’t giving legal advice, leaves small but permanent marks for good.

And that is why our beautiful, but sometimes sorrowful angel, continues on in her mission. That is why you must continue on in yours.

You matter and your legal scenario isn’t the end of you.

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Daily Email: Comcast Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

Comcast Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

The devil’s in the details.

For most of us that means the Terms of Service we must agree to before we enter into transactions (regardless of the type), with a business, app, or website.

Have you ever really read those lately?

Most people don’t and it’s a mistake.

There was a case this last summer where Comcast found themselves in super hot water for breaking a law and inflating customers’ bills over 44k times. A $9M dollar fine was handed down.

Comcast was signing people up for a “worthless” protection plan without their consent.

Someone in their legal department probably told them to go ahead and “do it” while feeling a false sense of security over a “loophole” that the lawyer felt no one would probably challenge. One of those pretty vague clauses you find in most contracts.

A better Terms and Service on a website should be used by professional website owners and would have been written up by more than one attorney.

There’s still a time and place to use good attorneys.

Since most people don’t read these things (let alone check their bills every month), they couldn’t see the one or two places that would have raised little alarm bells.

Those that found the inconsistencies probably didn’t know where to start when it comes to figuring out how to make it stop and or get justice on their own. With nine million on the table, it stands to reason, at least one lawyer was contacted.

I’m grateful for good lawyers. Good ones.

But four out of five people can’t afford a lawyer. They still deserve justice. More and more people are learning on their own.

The legal course shows you where to start.

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Daily Email: Why “Getting a Grip” Won’t Solve Your Legal Woes

Why “Getting a Grip” Won’t Magically Solve Your Legal Woes

I recently read an article posted into a legal-type forum. It was supposed to be on the five things you’re supposed to do if you’re faced with false allegations.

I was hoping to see the tips, hints, and instructions found in the legal course — but no. None of that was present.

It was a generic and fluffy article written by someone who has probably never lived through it themselves.

Why do I say that?

The first piece of advice was to, and I quote, “Get a grip.”

Sure, I’ll get right on that.

If you’ve ever suffered from any levels of anxiety because of your legal case, legal situation, false allegations, the bills to try and “defend” it all, etc., you know that just telling yourself to “get a grip” does nothing.

Your brain is causing your body to respond to a threat (real or perceived).

The longer a case drags out, those lines begin to blur.

And lawyers will stretch these thing out — on both sides of the courtroom.

Verifiable credentials technology solves 1/3 of it – quick.

With the advent of verifiable credentials technology, at least a third of the “back and forth” part of things is cleared up in minutes — not months.

You can prove or disprove statements you make or statements made against you. And once cryptographically proven or disproven, each statement can become or be considered “verified evidence” according to the rules of the court.

It removes the need for “flowery” arguments and a bunch more misguided and hateful spewing when your accuser gets their chance to speak in court.

Your pleadings might have a 100 paragraphs to admit or to deny — but they are extremely, extremely short to read, and extremely precise.

This technology preserves facts, makes them easy to discover in a privacy-preserving way, and makes both sides of the court simply deal in — well just facts.

The reality of it

  • “Getting a grip” does nothing when potentially permanent financial impact is facing you and your family.
  • It does nothing when the attorney isn’t answering your questions (and still charging you for even bother to ask them).
  • It doesn’t do anything when a parent is keeping a child from the other parent despite court orders.

The article eluded to being able to put a plan of attack into place. That only works when there’s just one set of false allegations AND you can both afford to keep paying the mortgage and your lawyer. If there’s no real set end date to the case and or more allegations just keep coming at different stages of the case — your “plan of attack” will keep changing.

Once the money starts running out, so do your options.

Unless that is of course, you know the five things a dirtbag has to do in court to make false allegations stick in court and how to combat it at each step. I learned what those things are in the legal course. And so can you!

Another piece of classic advice in the article was to “get a lawyer” — except four out of five people can’t afford one.

What are you supposed to do if you can’t afford one?

Just accept your fate?

You already know what I’m going to say: Get the legal course and start studying now.

If you deal with crazy neighbors, anyone threatening or hinting to take any kind of legal action against you, or anyone who has made or has threatened to start spreading false accusations about you — you especially need the course first!

The only two pieces of good info the article had was:

  • shut up about it (because depending on the type of case, what you say to others could get you into trouble even if you didn’t mean anything by it)
  • accept the fact that this is happening to you. You can’t really face fixing it until you can face that it’s happening.

When you do, I have a perfect place for you direct and focus your anger and feelings of helplessness — get and study the legal course. There’s even an option for you to purchase the course as a gift for a friend or loved one.

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How to not Pummel the Foreclosure gods

The first thing that bothered me is that I hadn’t seen his post before.

The platform I was on should have filtered it into my feed, but obviously didn’t. According to some of the time stamps on the comments — it hasn’t for about six months.

I digress.

This man was telling his story — about foreclosure, the fraud he felt was happening (and he could be right), and what happened to him and his family while he tried to resolve it.

The post was a gargantuan wall of scrolling text. As expected, he used lots and lots of victimizing and emotionally charged words.

I get it though.

When things don’t add up, it means one of two things are happening:

  • we don’t have enough information or
  • injustice and wrongdoing could be afoot.

When we see what’s written on the books, but see judges, lawyers, law enforcement officers, and other people who work in these systems not following the few rules we just read, it looks like they’re going against the very grain they’re charged in their capacity to keep.

We cry foul.

His problem is that he didn’t have enough information and by flailing around on his own (because he’s one of the four out of five people that cannot afford a lawyer), he made his situation worse.

It’s not wrong because he tried to go about it alone.

It was wrong that he didn’t have the missing information he needed.

It’s not his fault. Most of us go through our whole lives without learning the ways of the court or what we should do first if we think a legal injustice is happening.

Most of his mistakes happened in the beginning of his situation.

Many in “the system” know this and don’t care if you know the rules or not.

They know the rules they’re supposed to be playing by. They know the rules that control them and control the processes.

Now keep in mind, the only reason, I was able to spot those things is because of the legal course I take and talk about daily.

Had this man known, he could have taken appropriate measures to halt the process, or at the very least make the people involved prove the claims, with hope of some sort of remedy on the other end of things.

He could have avoided jail.

It never works when you just read your local statutes and think that’s all there is to the matter.

Often times, it isn’t.

The legal course will help you sort through what is what, how, and when.

You need to start learning today. Don’t keep putting it off.

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