There is a mounting trend these days for more people to sue without a lawyer (Pro Se)
Whether it’s the high cost of lawyers’ fees or growing distrust of lawyers in general, there is a mounting trend these days for more people to fight without a lawyer. Those who know “How to Win in Court” are winning. Those who don’t are losing. The American Bar Association (ABA) reports
- 60% of the public can’t afford a lawyer.
- 20% simply don’t want to spend the money.
- 50% just don’t trust lawyers!
Yet ½ of all court proceedings involve at least one pro se party. Too many pro se people are losing … needlessly! Ever wonder why you were never taught anything about court procedure or the rules of evidence in your tax-supported schools? Who benefits from your legal ignorance?
You guessed it. Lawyers, Bankers, and Your Opponents!
- Most pro se people know nothing about the official Rules of Evidence that control the judge and all parties and their lawyers.
- Most pro se people know nothing about the official Rules of Procedure that control the judge and all parties and their lawyers.
- Most pro se people have no idea what “due process” really is.
- Most pro se people can’t recognize the opposing lawyer’s dirty tricks.
- Most pro se people assume what “admissible evidence” is and don’t know what stuff isn’t.
- Most pro se people draft their pleadings and motions incorrectly – usually with far too many words!
- Most pro se people don’t know why it’s vital to write proposed orders for the judge to sign.
- Most pro se people don’t know why, when, or how to make effective objections in court.
- Most pro se people don’t understand what facts are critical to winning a case and what facts are of no consequence.
- Most pro se people muddy the legal waters with court-confusing insignificance.
- Most pro se people don’t know how to find and cite controlling appellate opinions in support of their motions.
- Most pro se people don’t arrange in advance of every proceeding to have a court stenographer present, so they can control the judge.
- 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.
People who learn “How to Win in Court” are winning every day!
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