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By Janet Phelan

On March 4, at 2 pm CT, I will be hosting a webinar on how to research judges using publicly available documents. As so many individuals have now been impacted by judges who do not attend to nor honor the law, it is fundamentally important that these research methods be in as many hands as possible.

The core perception informing this research is that if a judge knowingly violates an individual’s rights and statutory law, he is most likely not doing so out of personal animus or vengeance. Most likely, the judge is being remunerated for his behavior. It is the goal of this research tool to find indications of such pay offs as well as other indications of inappropriate and legally unacceptable activity.

To date, this research has resulted in inappropriate arrest warrants being nullified and questionable fines being negated. Judges have also stepped down from cases when questions were raised as to what was found out about their activities due to this research.

The initial article, discussing this original research, was published in the San Bernardino County Sentinel and can be found here.

The fee for the webinar is $60.00 US. If you register before February 20, the fee is only $50.00, payable via PayPal or Western Union—Moneygram. There are a limited number of scholarships available for those who cannot afford the fee.

Please contact me via FB or email (janet_c_phelan@yahoo.com) or telephone—541 708- 3534 to register or for more information.

Janet Phelan is an investigative journalist whose articles have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The San Bernardino County Sentinel, The Santa Monica Daily Press, The Long Beach Press Telegram, Oui Magazine and other regional and national publications. Janet specializes in issues pertaining to legal corruption and addresses the heated subject of adult conservatorship, revealing shocking information about the relationships between courts and shady financial consultants. She also covers issues relating to international bioweapons treaties. Her poetry has been published in Gambit, Libera, Applezaba Review, Nausea One and other magazines. Her first book, The Hitler Poems, was published in 2005. She is also the author of a tell-all book EXILE, (also available as an ebook). She currently resides abroad.

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