HOW TO WIN A LAWSUIT WITHOUT HIRING A LAWYER
Revised and Updated
When you can't afford a lawyer or cannot find a lawyer to work with, sometimes you have no choice but to represent yourself. David Grossack is a nationally prominent, award-winning lawyer whose cases have made news over and over again, and are now found in the law books. (See www.grossack.com)
At age 26 he fought the IRS, and forced Congress to change the law regarding discovery in third party summons enforcement. He has sued, among others, several police departments, prison officials, and lazy and crooked lawyers and authored ground breaking articles on overcoming prosecuting immunity. In other words, the author says sometimes you can even sue the D.A. and shows you the law to prove it. Grossack also sued the judges of the Family Courts of Massachusetts for discriminating against men, and though he was not successful, the local Bar, and the local lawyers newspaper gave him well-publicized awards for doing so! The lawsuit made local, national and international news for weeks.
David Grossack has educated thousands of people to be their own attorney through seminars, videos, lectures and writings and now has compiled the very best of his work into a book which has already helped thousands of people fight back against legal bullies, bureaucrats and a justice system that is falling apart.
When you read "HOW TO WIN A LAWSUIT WITHOUT HIRING A LAWYER" you'll learn:
- Your constitutional rights, and how to assert them in court when you are threatened by an encroaching government
- Civil rights laws, and how to sue those who step on your rights.
- The law library and how to find the law that applies to your case.
- Procedural forms, and how to make sure your case is properly presented to the court.
- Discovery rules, and how to obtain your evidence from your opponents.
- The laws that affect entrepreneurs, and what small business folks can expect from their day in court.
- Sovereignty and jurisdiction, two often misunderstood terms that need explaining. About Federal claims after state litigation.
- Attachments , Garnishments and Liens.
- And much, much more....