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New Book: Representing Yourself in Court

14 Apr

gavelbookcover3The Founder of this blog wrote this book to make it easier for folks to start with limited understanding of the law and overcome the incredible odds against succeeding as your own attorney in a court of law.

Rich takes readers through two of his most intriguing cases where lawyers were hired with the specific purpose of silencing his most powerful writing work. Rich fought back, and this book is the result of his difficult struggle as an investigative reporter constantly seeking the truth about serious subjects.

Rich used the strategies in this book to overcome a $25 million lawsuit against him and to help generate serious publicity for the case of Lucille Iacovelli.

For just $15, you can have your very own copy of Rich’s book and read all about his battles against biased judges, billionaire casino barons and a doctor bent on keeping his critics from using his name.

He will also explain the various risks and rewards of going into a courtroom without a lawyer. Representing yourself in court is nothing to take lightly, and Rich lays it out for his readers in plain language. He describes just how corrupt the system can be and just how impossible it can sometimes seem to make the least bit of progress as your own legal representative.

The most valuable lessons in Rich’s book surround tricks and tactics you can use to even the odds against you by publicizing your efforts to obtain justice. The court of public opinion can have far more power than legal courts if you use it correctly and get your story out in a really ingenious and creative manner. Rich gives you insight on how he used publication and promotion efforts to tell and market his story on a worldwide basis.

Click the following link or the book jacket photo above to order Rich’s book today!

https://www.createspace.com/5433048