to start with
Pro se legal help
"If I only knew how to do it, I would've
done it pro se."
Attorneys use many reference
books on how to proceed in Law. Law is not difficult. There are a lot
of rules, procedures and precedents that must be followed in order to
win in court.
Each court is different. Their rules and procedures, though,
are readily available to those who proceed pro se.
You don't have to have a shelf full of books or a J.D.
in law to read them, either. Legal references are available on the Internet,
in your local library, in all state and University law libraries. Most are open to the public. Some courts even publish legal guidelines
for Pro se litigants. They are free for the asking.
It's not enough to
just use guidelines. It takes common sense and tenacity to win a
"Pro Se Legal-ez" presents some unique strategies and challenging
tactics learned from Pro se actions.
Pro se legal-ez -- a set of guidelines for
Gene Zarwell's easy reading vignettes and pointers for on target
pleadings and motions gives new meaning to Pro se litigation. It's almost
a necessity to read them before going to court.
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