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How to Win in Court
January 12, 2020

Too many pro se litigants mis-read the law.

How can you hope to win If you don't know what the law "says".

Reading law can be confusing, especially statutes and code.

Judges rely on how appellate courts interpret what lawmakers meant when they wrote the law.

Do not "assume" you are reading the law correctly.

Learn how to read the law.

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How to Win in Court
January 9, 2020

Many people "assume" they know what it takes to win in court

Most of them lose!

They think, "The facts and law are on my side. I should win!"

That's not how our courts work!

Facts and Law are not enough!

You must PROVE your case using the Rules.

Some people just get angry ... and lose!

Others think they can use one of the internet's legal mythology silver bullets ... and lose!

A fact may be certain, yet not be "admissible evidence"!

Those who march into court with their "facts", without knowing how to get those facts into the court's record as "admissible evidence" lose!

Only "admissible evidence" wins in court.

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How to Win in Court
January 1, 2020

Many people "assume" they know what it takes to win in court

Most of them lose!

They think, "The facts and law are on my side. I should win!"

That's not how our courts work!

Facts and Law are not enough!

You must PROVE your case using the Rules.

Some people just get angry ... and lose!

Others think they can use one of the internet's legal mythology silver bullets ... and lose!

A fact may be certain, yet not be "admissible evidence"!

Those who march into court with their "facts", without knowing how to get those facts into the court's record as "admissible evidence" lose!

Only "admissible evidence" wins in court..

Know how to get your evidence admitted.

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How to Win in Court
December 31, 2019

The chart shows how you can enforce your Constitutional right to "redress grievances" ... i.e., how your Constitutional Power works!

This chart is just an overview, of course.

It's not enough to win in court!

But, it's critically important for you to print it, study it, understand it, and tell everyone you know that your power to enforce your rights is IN THE COURTS ... not the polling booth!

Those who refuse to learn this truth and uphold our American principles of Law & Order are no "patriots".

Nor are they people you can trust to tell you how to get justice.

Our courts are the only way you can get your "redress of grievances" government promises.

Use the courts to get justice for yourself.

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How to Win in Court
December 30, 2019

Why struggle to prove obvious facts?

Every court (state or federal) has an easy way to prove obvious facts.

It's called "Judicial Notice".

It's easy to do!

Do it whenever you can.

Make your opponents' legal bullets bounce harmlessly off your educated chest by moving the court to take judicial notice of obvious facts.

Don't spend valuable time trying to prove what the court must admit when you move it to do so.

Once the court takes judicial notice of a fact, the court's order settles the issue for all purposes.

 

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How to Win in Court
December 14, 2019

 

People complain their "rights" are being taken away.

A few are ready to fight-and-die to protect our "rights".

But only a few know their #1 Right!

In fact, the main reason we're losing so many rights these days is because too few of you know your #1 Right!

What is this "right" too few of you know?

It is your right to know how to enforce your rights!

Government isn't telling you!

Your tax-supported schools aren't teaching you.

The legal profession is doing a bang up job hiding it from you!

An old adage says, "Ignorance of the law is no excuse," yet neither government nor the legal profession has at any time in the history of the world made any genuine effort to teach the public how justice is secured in courts. Nothing about the rules of evidence. Nothing about the rules of procedure. Nothing about how to use the rules to get Justice! Nothing!

Your rights are nothing but empty promises if you don't know how (or can't afford a lawyer) to enforce them!

Think about it!

Without your #1 Right (or tens of thousands of dollars to pay lawyers) what good are all those "rights" your government promises you?

If you don't know how to enforce your rights, do you really have any?

Think carefully!

Rights without the know-how to enforce them are just empty promises for anyone but the filthy rich!

They are like carrots on a stick, encouraging us to be good little boys and girls, working hard and buying things to keep the economy going for the benefit of the well-to-do who can afford lawyers to fight for them!

You've been lied to long enough!

Read Luke 11:52 in your Bible to discover how long the wool has been pulled over the public's eyes by lawyers who've been running the world far too long by purposely keeping you in the dark so lawyers can get rich at your expense!

Your blindfold is coming off!

The legal profession cannot hide your #1 Right any longer!

Your #1 Right is easy-to-learn!

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How to Win in Court
December 12, 2019

Understand these two simple things - or risk losing!

Every lawsuit turns on these two things:

  1. The law of the case and
  2. The rules of court (evidence and procedure)

That's all there is to it ... really!

Anyone can learn "How to Win in Court"!

#1 - THE LAW OF THE CASE

The "law of the case" is the law that fits the facts.

Every case is different, so the law is different for each.

But the law for any particular case is usually quite simple.

And the law of your case is easy to find.

#2 - THE RULES OF EVIDENCE AND PROCEDURE

Once you find the law of your case, the rest is knowing how to use the rules of evidence and procedure to

  1. Prove facts alleged in your pleadings.
  2. Stop opponent from proving his facts.
  3. Move court for favorable orders.

That's all it takes to win.

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How to Win in Court
December 10, 2019

 

Every lawsuit starts with a complaint.

See how easy it is?

  1. 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".

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How Much
December 9, 2019

Investors are in the game to make money. They chase yield around the world, looking for ways to generate higher returns than everyone else. And it turns out, even with the stock market rising to all-time highs and Bitcoin suffering another pullback, investing in cryptocurrency very early on was still a brilliant strategy.

  • Bitcoin blows away any other investment considered in our chart. If you had invested $100 ten years ago, you’d have $9.2M today.
  • Amazon’s stock is the top performer out of the 10 biggest companies, coming in at $3.3K.
  • Only 3 other companies generate returns above $1,000, including Apple ($2.4K), Visa ($1.7K) and Microsoft ($1K).
  • Alibaba’s stock performed the worst in our analysis, barely doubling an initial investment of $100 to $208.

We plotted the stock prices according to Yahoo Finance for the 10 largest companies measured by market capitalization. We found the stock prices as of January 2, 2009 with the exceptions of Bitcoin, Facebook and Alibaba, which weren’t public yet. In these situations, we assumed $100 was invested as soon as possible. We compared these numbers to the market price on December 3, 2019, excluding stock splits and dividends. This lets you easily see Bitcoin’s dominance over the last several years.

Total Return (%) on an Initial $100 Investment 10 Years Ago

1. Bitcoin: 9,150,088%
2. Amazon: 3,156%
3. Apple: 2,345%
4. Visa: 1,597%
5. Microsoft: 899%
6. JP Morgan: 433%
7. Facebook: 420%
8. Berkshire Hathaway: 228%
9. Johnson & Johnson: 216%
10. Walmart: 171%
11. Alibaba: 108%

Even with Bitcoin’s latest price implosion, the cryptocurrency has still created an astonishing 9,150,088% return. Other companies like Amazon (+3,156%) and Apple (+2,345%) are still impressive, but nothing truly compares to the king of the crypto world.

There’s no doubt Bitcoin's price has fluctuated dramatically over the last 2 years, reaching almost $20,000 in December 2017 before imploding below $3,500 in November 2018. It now trades at $7,475 as of this writing, down from almost $12,000 in August this year. Sometimes stock prices for individual companies can change substantially too. For example, GE’s price fell off a cliff over the last 3 years, dropping from about $30 in late 2016 to about $10 today. But that’s a notable exception, and not as fast moving compared to Bitcoin. For the most part, stock market prices for individual companies aren’t so volatile, especially ones with predictable business models and multi-billion dollar market capitalizations.

Bitcoin has received its fair share of negative attention despite its performance. Jim Cramer lampooned the cryptocurrency as “Monopoly money,” predicting it would get “annihilated.” Jamie Dimon famously called Bitcoin a “fraud” before his bank started investing in blockchain technology. And a major study accused Bitfinex of intentionally manipulating the entire Bitcoin market, thereby swindling investors of their money.

That means Bitcoin’s rise and fall (and then another rise and mini-fall) are not for the faint of heart. Are you investing in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies? Why do you favor crypto assets as opposed to individual stocks of companies?

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How to Win in Court
December 9, 2019

Understand these two simple things - or risk losing!

Every lawsuit turns on these two things:

  1. The law of the case and
  2. The rules of court (evidence and procedure)

That's all there is to it ... really!

Anyone can learn "How to Win in Court"!

#1 - THE LAW OF THE CASE

The "law of the case" is the law that fits the facts.

Every case is different, so the law is different for each.

But the law for any particular case is usually quite simple.

And the law of your case is easy to find.

#2 - THE RULES OF EVIDENCE AND PROCEDURE

Once you find the law of your case, the rest is knowing how to use the rules of evidence and procedure to

  1. Prove facts alleged in your pleadings.
  2. Stop opponent from proving his facts.
  3. Move court for favorable orders.

 

That's all it takes to win.

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