About Mr. Windsor
William Windsor is not an attorney. He began studying law as a college student. He was accepted to law school, but he chose to pursue a career in business instead. But in 2006, he was sued by a dishonest company in a lawsuit that was completely bogus. After spending a small fortune on attorney’s fees, he chose to represent himself in court.
Over the next dozen years, he has obtained quite a legal education.
Bill Windsor cannot give legal advice. This website does not constitute legal advice. This website expresses Bill’s OPINIONS. The comments of visitors or guest authors to the website are their opinions and do not, therefore, reflect Bill’s opinions. Anyone mentioned by name in any article is welcome to file a response.
Bill has represented himself in legal cases in state and federal courts. He has filed appeals in state and federal courts. He has filed several appeals to the United States Supreme Court.
As the result of Bill’s experience with the legal system, he came to the conclusion that the United States has a pandemic of judicial corruption, government corruption, and law enforcement corruption, and he launched the LawlessAmerica.com website in 2007 to help expose this INjustice.
Bill has written extensively about his experience with the legal system, judges, law enforcement, and government officials. He began producing and hosting a weekly Lawless America radio show. He also produced and hosted online videoconferences.
In 2012, Bill Windsor traveled to all 50 states to film the Lawless America documentary about government, judicial, and law enforcement corruption. The plan was to film one alleged victim in each state. Over 7,000 people contacted Bill inquiring about being filmed. Thousands showed up at over 200 stops, and Bill managed to film over 1,500 people. The filming took most of a year.
As a result, Bill has helped thousands of people, almost all of whom could not afford attorneys and were stuck representing themselves in court. Bill receives messages every day from people needing help. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have the time or financial resources to help very many, so he established this site to provide as much general information as possible to those of you who must represent yourself in court.
Whatever RepresentYourselfInCourt.us says about the law is presented in the context of how Bill or others perceive the applicability of the law to a set of circumstances if Bill (or some other author) was in the circumstances under the conditions discussed. Despite Bill’s concerns about lawyers in general, he suggests that anyone with legal questions consult an attorney for an answer, particularly after reading anything on this website. The law is a gray area at best.