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How to Dodge a Lawsuit

30 Jul

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There are several ways to dodge a lawsuit.

Whether you’re a plaintiff or defendant, you must know what smart defendants do to dodge lawsuits.

The complete details are in my affordable,official, 24-hour step-by-step Jurisdictionary course that people tells us an average 8th can understand (if you can get an 8th grader to sit still that long!).

If a defendant is served with a complaint, he may dodge the lawsuit by filing motions to avoid filing an Answer!

This is called the “flurry of motions”.

Once a defendant files an Answer, he’s locked in and misses this chance to dodge the lawsuit altogether.

Don’t file an Answer if you can dodge the lawsuit with a “flurry of motions”.

Inexperienced lawyers and pro se people (who don’t yet have my Jurisdictionary course) make the avoidable mistake of filing an Answer to the plaintiff’s Complaint … instead of using the flurry of motions as my course explains step-by-step with sample forms!Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-step

  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion to Strike
  • Motion for More Definite Statement

Each of these motions postpones the necessity of filing an Answer to the plaintiff’s Complaint … and gains you valuable time and evidence-gathering opportunities!

In some cases it puts an end to the case. Period!

Motion to Dismiss: There are several grounds for filing this motion. Here are a few. The rest are in my course.

  • Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction
  • Improper Service of Process
  • Improper Venue
  • Failure to State a Cause of Action

Each is fully explained in my course.

Motion to Strike: The following are a few of the many grounds for filing this motion:

  • The Complaint Contains False Allegations
  • The Complaint Contains Scandalous Allegations
  • The Complaint Contains Impertinent Allegations

This is power YOU can use!.

Motion for More Definite Statement: This motion should be filed when a Complaint is so poorly-written that a reasonable person would have difficulty understanding what it says, i.e., what the plaintiff is complaining about.

Sample forms for all of these are in the complete official course.

If you are sued, do NOT file an Answer until you use ALL these motions that fit the circumstances!

Failure to use the Flurry of Motions weakens your case and, of course, misses a valuable opportunity to dodge the case altogether.

These tips should convince you to order my complete course … whether you’re a plaintiff or defendant.

If you don’t know your legal options, you don’t a chance of winning!

Winners know how the game is played to win — including how to file and respond to the Flurry of Motions.

I know what it takes to win. I’ve been doing professionally since 1986!

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The Pro Se Problem

08 Feb

( From “How to Win in Court” Course )
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Why Pro Se Litigants Have a Hard Time.

Many pro se people are winning.

Unfortunately, a great number who should be winning are losing … needlessly!

Going to court without a lawyer is a growing phenomenon. Whether it’s the high cost of legal fees or growing distrust of lawyers in general, the trend is for more people to fightwithout lawyers

The American Bar Association reports nearly 1/2 of all pro se folks believe lawyers care more about their own self-interest than their client’s rights.

If you go by calls and emails Jurisdictionary receives, there’s good reason for this! Lawyers who bail at the last minute. Lawyers who don’t know what they’re doing. And, worst of all, lawyers wishing to curry favor with judges, afraid to stand up to the buffalo in the black robe and demand their clients’ rights by making timely objections and threatening appeal.

60% of pro se people say they can’t afford a lawyer.

20% say they simply don’t want to spend the money.

Nearly ½ of all court proceedings in the U.S. involve at least one pro se party … and too many of them are losing all because they don’t yet know the “rules of the game” or how to play to win!

Good people who should be winning are losing needlessly simply because they were never taught what it takes to win!

Ever ask yourself, “Why?”

Ever wonder if there might be a sinister reason nothing about law is taught to our children in schools supported by our tax dollars?

Who benefits from your legal ignorance?

You have a Constitutional right to justice.

You have a Constitutional right to go to court and win pro se!

Your rights were paid for by the blood of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for you!

BUT, THE KEYS TO JUSTICE HAVE BEEN HIDDEN FROM YOU – UNTIL NOW!

Pro se people too often do not get justice.Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-step

Why?

We at Jurisdictionary receive emails every day complaining there’s a judicial “conspiracy” against pro se litigants.

Let’s examine facts:

  1. Most pro se people know nothing about the official Rules of Evidence that control the judge and all parties and their lawyers.
  2. Most pro se people know nothing about the official Rules of Procedure that control the judge and all parties and their lawyers.
  3. Most pro se people have no idea what “due process” really is.
  4. Most pro se people can’t recognize the opposing lawyer’s dirty tricks.
  5. Most pro se people assume what “admissible evidence” is and don’t know what stuff isn’t.
  6. Most pro se people draft their pleadings and motions incorrectly – usually with far too many words!
  7. Most pro se people don’t know why it’s vital to write proposed orders for the judge to sign.
  8. Most pro se people don’t know why, when, or how to make effective objections in court.
  9. Most pro se people don’t understand what facts are critical to winning a case and what facts are of no consequence.
  10. Most pro se people muddy the legal waters with court-confusing insignificance.
  11. Most pro se people don’t know how to find and cite controlling appellate opinions in support of their motions.
  12. Most pro se people don’t arrange in advance of every proceeding to have a court stenographer present, so they can control the judge.
  13. Most pro se people waste valuable court time with non-essentials, fail to appreciate the needs of others who have other problems to bring before the court and, as a consequence, tend to make judges dread pro se cases and hate pro se people.

BUT!

Pro se people who know what I explain so simply in my affordable, official, 24-hour step-by-step Jurisdictionary “How to Win in Court” self-help course winning consistently and getting compliments from judges and even opposing lawyers.

It’s so easy to learn how to do things the right way!

If you and friends were playing a game of basketball, and some bystander wanted to play but didn’t know the rules … how would you feel when he or she kept fouling and arguing he or she has a right to do as he or she pleases because she doesn’t know the rules?

Put yourself in the judges’ robes!

Many years ago, after winning a motion, an older judge asked me to stay behind after the parties left. He took me aside and said simply: “I want you to know that the case before yours today was to protect a little girl who’s grandfather thinks it’s fun to extinguish cigars on her legs.” I knew what he wanted me to know, and I never forgot. Other people’s case are serious, too.

Pro se people who know what I explain in my affordable, official, 24-hour step-by-step Jurisdictionary “How to Win in Court” self-help course don’t waste the court’s time and get justice by knowing the rules and how to use them tactically to control the judge and opposing counsel.

Winners learn the rules and how to use them!

If you want to win, get my affordable, official, 24-hour step-by-step Jurisdictionary “How to Win in Court” self-help course.

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Hearsay in Traffic Court? Here is a Mildly Unfocused Exploration

25 Jan

Some general information on how to get documents admitted in traffic court and how hearsay evidence objections work. Continue reading



 

Supreme Court Wakes Up Government, Confirms Investigation by Trespass is Unlawful.

24 Jan

A Criminal Defense Attorney’s take and analysis on how the recent US Supreme Court Decision on 4th Amendment Search and Seizure law affects how Defense Attorneys will challenge illegal searches from now on. The decision provides confirmation that there are 2 separate legal theories for challenging an illegal search: 1) reasonable expectations of privacy and 2) common law trespass. Continue reading



 

Supreme Court Wakes Up Government, Confirms Investigation by Trespass is Unlawful.

24 Jan

A Criminal Defense Attorney’s take and analysis on how the recent US Supreme Court Decision on 4th Amendment Search and Seizure law affects how Defense Attorneys will challenge illegal searches from now on. The decision provides confirmation that there are 2 separate legal theories for challenging an illegal search: 1) reasonable expectations of privacy and 2) common law trespass. Continue reading



 

The 6 Types of Lawsuit Complaints

09 Dec

Know the 6 types of lawsuit complaints.

Every lawsuit starts with a complaint.

See how easy it is?

  1. The plaintiff in the chart sues Defendant A and Defendant B.
  2. Defendant B counter-claims against Plaintiff.
  3. Defendant A cross-claims against Defendant B.
  4. Defendant B counter-cross-claims against Defendant A.
  5. Defendant A files a third-party complaint against Third Party Defendant.
  6. Third-Party Defendant counter-claims against Defendant A.

That’s all there is to it!

See how easy it is?

Lawsuits are “ridiculously easy-to-understand” once the Jurisdictionary step-by-step self-help course shows you how the parts fit together.

If you have a lawyer, you’ll know what your lawyer should be doing!

If you don’t have a lawyer, you’ll know what it takes to win!

The course offers many diagrams just like this plus charts, sample forms, simplified explanations, and practical tactics that give you power to win … with or without a lawyer!Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-step

It’s not rocket science.

It’s straight-forward once you see the step-by-step procedures and how they’re controlled by a simple set of rules an average 8th grader can understand.

Everyone knows a baseball game has at least 9 innings.

Everyone knows the visiting team is first to bat.

Everyone knows the batter goes back to the dugout after 3 strikes.

It’s simple.

It’s baseball.

It’s America!

Lawsuits are just as easy as baseball, once you see them with the explanations and examples the course provides.

Not many people know how simple lawsuits really are. My profession has kept this knowledge secret from you on purpose!

It shouldn’t be that way!

Now YOU can know how to win … with or without a lawyer!

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Jail Realignment Makes NOW the Time to Take Care of Old Bench Warrants.

01 Dec

Now is the time to take care of old warrant cases in CA, because the jail “Realignment” program is causing a temporary lack of space and money in county jails. Judges are more open than ever to alternative sentences. Continue reading



 

How to Attack the Required Elements of a Traffic Ticket Violation as a Defense

30 Nov

A good defense will be focused tightly on the required elements of the charge. Prepare for your traffic court trial by look up the elements of the alleged violation, and getting ready to attack one or more. Continue reading



 

How to Use Prejudice as a Defense in Traffic Court

25 Oct

If there is an error in a traffic court trial, you have to show that the error harmed your case or your right to a fair trial. This harm to your case is called “Prejudice”. Harmless error = no error. Continue reading