When you represent yourself in court, please go in with your eyes open. From my experience personally and working with thousands of victims of judicial corruption, I have found that justice in court is a myth.
I believe there are very few truly honest judges in America. Judges do whatever they want. They often ignore the law, the rules, and the facts. Know this when you represent yourself in court. Go in with your eyes open.
Those representing themselves in court will probably lose.
When I first represented myself in court, I went into the process expecting to win because mine was an easily-proven case. I have learned that you can’t win because many judges are corrupt and most judges have a prejudice for fellow members of the bar association. I was up against the largest law firm in the state of Georgia. The judge had very close relationships with that law firm.
If you are up against an attorney, a member of the state bar association, you are at a tremendous disadvantage. Judges will not give much, if any, credibility to anything you say, file, or do.
Please realize that you will probably lose in court when you represent yourself. You won’t lose because you have a bad case or because you won’t do an adequate job of presenting your case. You will lose because the system is corrupt.
If I had it to do over again, I wouldn’t have done much any different. I couldn’t justify the costs of an attorney, and I felt I could do a better job than an attorney.
When I realized that the judge was corrupt, I set out to document as much wrongdoing as possible. I wanted to build a tsunami of evidence of wrongdoing. I thought for sure an appellate court would fix things. Wrong again.
I took my case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. I lost. I believe they were just as dishonest as the lower court judges.
I also have experience in state courts. Same story. Dishonesty and corruption.
Please go into representing yourself with your eyes open. Then be better prepared than the other party. I will share my experience in subsequent blog articles. If you are in a hurry, you can learn more on my website, Lawless America.
William M. Windsor
Please note: I am not an attorney, and I am not giving legal advice. I am sharing the things I have learned from personal experience.