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Win Without a Lawyer!

You will be pleasantly surprised how simply it is explained. The video, audio, and multimedia materials are laid out in an easy-to-learn format.

Every kind of case that involves rules and the necessity of knowing how to apply the rules to control lawyers and judges!

Much mis-information exists these days as to how our justice system works and the proper method for proceeding. The course offered is based on the system of rules that applies in all courts that follow the English System, showing you how to use the official rules of procedure and rules of evidence in your jurisdiction to control lawyers and judges. It is the creation of an attorney who’s been winning cases since 1986. You wil learn the proper method for proceeding in court … and you can learn it all in a single weekend.

I purchased this course several years ago for its knowledge, which was vast and useful. I have had numerous opportunities to use this knowledge in many different settings with great success, I might add. I found this course to be of great value which had many facets to it: Audio, Video, and Study or Reading. If nothing else you should take from this course how to make your hired Lawyer do his/her job for you. The courses facets will be the next several posts. This Jurisdictionary course was created by Dr. Frederick Graves & his wife Katherine.

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Marc Stevens’ Adventures in Legal Land by Marc Stevens, Moses Antonio


If you’ve ever felt there was something wrong with the world but you just couldn’t put your finger on it, then this book is for you. Controversial, informative and entertaining, it will not only enlighten, but may forever change the way you look at the world, especially “law” and politics. The book has been called “Better than a law school education in 250 pages.” It reveals so much more than how to beat a traffic ticket in court though. Read firsthand accounts proving the world’s biggest hoax. Includes proven strategies you can use to deal with bureaucratic attacks and defend yourself to get the attack dropped, from traffic tickets to tax cases to possession charges. Successful results have been replicated in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

I found this an interesting read, but tough (to some degree) grasping some of the ideas. I’ve heard both good & bad about this approach. I have used it in part with success.

Godspeed & Good Read!

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There’s a Fish in the Courthouse by Gary L. Wean


A book exposing corruption and treasonous coverups on the Senate level and the damage being done to America. I read this many years ago and was amazed at how much corruption there truly is within the court system, justice system, etc.

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“Constitution in Exile” by Judge Andrew Napolitano


Of the three books (at that time) I found this to be the most thought provoking and the most challenging to that which I had learned growing up.  Growing up you are taught a great number of things, historically; however, to have the audacity to question what you were taught was unthinkable!  As you get older, possibly become wiser and more cynical – you end up questioning most, if not everything.  This book presented many points-of-fact from history and I began to see our history in a completely different light…the blinders were officially off!  This book should be just the beginning in lifting the blinders from your eyes and enable you to see past the revisionist history we were taught.  You may think the history became re-written within the 20th century, but it went as far back as President Adams with the Alien and Sedition Act of 1798.  Hmmmmmmm!  Our politicians have been tugging at our shirt-tails since the beginning, you ask?  Yes, indeed…they have been doing that and more.

George Santayanna once wrote, in essence, that a people who do not study their history are destined to repeat all their mistakes, again and again!  This is one book that illustrates the repetitiveness of our ignorance to history, both ours and the world.

Godspeed & Good Read to all!

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