How to Fight to Win in Court.
COURT SURVIVE PAPERS/ 2014.
BY DAVID STAR: EL
There are a number of techniques to do this:
there are other techniques as well.
Even the intelligent and educated layman has small and sometimes no
skill in the science of law. If charged with crime, he is incapable, generally,
of determining for himself whether the indictment is good or bad. He is
unfamiliar with the rules of evidence. Left without the aid of counsel he
may be put on hearing without a proper charge, and convicted upon
incompetent evidence, or evidence irrelevant to the issue or otherwise
inadmissible. He lacks both the skill and knowledge adequately to prepare
his defense, even though he have a perfect one. He requires the guiding
hand of counsel at every step in the proceedings against him. Without it,
though he be not guilty, he faces the danger of conviction because he does
not know how to establish his innocence." Gideon v. Wainwright, 372 U.S.
335, 344-345 (1963
A way to control the court is to have the judge help you. Your honor, I am
not an attorney, and I am presenting my own case here. I was told and I
would like to confirm it with you, that if I am about to make a mistake in
presenting my case, that you will inform me of the mistake. Is this true?
let the record reflect that the judge answered YES
I was also told that if I present an error to the court, that the court will see to
it that I am shown how to repair my pleadings and present them in the proper
form. Is that true?
IF YOU OBJECT TO ANYTHING NOW, AND IT IS OVERRULED,
YOU CAN ASK THE JUDGE TO HELP REPAIR THE OBJECTION SO
IT IS ACCEPTABLE TO THE COURT. THE JUDGE IS NOW BOUND
TO HELP YOU SCREW THE COURT. Anytime the attorney starts to
testify, object because he does not have FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE
about anything. Everything he knows was told to him by somebody else.
Unless it has been stated in the court by someone, he cannot use it.
IF FORCED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS, You do not have to make a legal
determination about anything.
Or you are sui juris-: SUI JURIS - One who has all the rights to which a
freemen is entitled; one who is not under the power of another, as a slave, a
minor, and the like.
To make a valid contract, a man must, in general, be sui juris. Every one of