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If you're like most people, you don't trust lawyers ... I don't either!
A few are horrible tyrants or downright crooks.
YOU DARE NOT TRUST JUDGES OR LAWYERS!
The multitude of lawyer jokes ought to give you a clue!
There must be a reason, and YOU must beware!Court battles are an axe-fight! Don't forget it!
Be prepared to combat it and PROTECT YOURSELF!
The judge may be prejudiced for one reason or another. The judge may be someone who couldn't make a living as a lawyer, so he or she chose to be a judge, instead, to get a regular paycheck rather than risk competing in the marketplace with more competent professionals.
The judge may be on the take.
Or, perhaps, the judge woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.
You dare not assume a judge will do what's right!The Rules of Professional Responsibility forbid my saying what I think about a few particular judges I've known, judges I could identify by name, but I wouldn't be fair to you if I didn't warn you there are "bad judges".
And, I wouldn't be fair to the "good judges" I've known if I didn't also tell you there are some judges who are simply excellent people, honorable in every sense of the word!
How can YOU tell which is which?
Where does this leave YOU?Legal malpractice and courtroom corruption are on the rise these days, yet most people have no idea how to fight back and protect themselves. Most people have no idea what it takes to win in court ... or how easy it is once you learn how!
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Winners know how to control the court!
That's how you win!
What do you have to lose?
Yet, that IS what it takes to win!
May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,