Know The Rules

Protect Yourself From Lawyers

… Especially Your Own!

Do you know what it takes to win?

If not, do you plan to hire a lawyer to go to court for you?

But, you probably don’t have a clue what your lawyer should be doing.

You can save thousands in lawyer fees by doing some work yourself and cut down on the lawyer’s billable hours!

Don’t hire a lawyer without knowing “what must be done to win” – often ends up bankrupt. The lawyers they hire bail out before trial. The innocent lose … and never know why!

If you can’t afford a lawyer, you must fight in the dark with both hands tied behind your back!

Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-step

There IS another way!
If you must hire a lawyer:
Know what the lawyer should do.
Don’t pay for incompetence or laziness.
Don’t let your lawyer cheat you!
Know how to demand effective legal service!
If you can’t afford a lawyer:
Force the court to protect your rights.
Draft proper pleadings.
Get evidence in the record.
Make effective courtroom objections.
Move the court to get what you want!

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A young boy asked his father, “Dad, do lawyers ever tell the truth?” The father thought for a moment, “Yes son, sometimes a lawyer will do anything to win a case!”


Walking past the Royal Courts of Justice one day, a man spotted a friend of his sitting on the steps outside, sobbing loudly with his head buried in his hands. “What’s the matter?” he asked of his friend, “Did your lawyer give you bad advice ..?” “No – it’s worse than that,” replied the friend between sobs, ” he sold it to me…”


Recently a teacher, a garbage collector, and a lawyer wound up together at the Pearly Gates. St. Peter informed them that in order to get into Heaven, they would each have to answer one question. St. Peter addressed the teacher and asked, “What was the name of the ship that crashed into the iceberg? They just made a movie about it.” The teacher answered quickly, “That would be the Titanic.” St. Peter let him through the gate. St. Peter turned to the garbage man and, figuring Heaven didn’t REALLY need all the odors that this guy would bring with him, decided to make the question a little harder: “How many people died on the ship?” Fortunately for him, the trash man had just seen the movie, and answered, “1,228.” “That’s right! You may enter.” St. Peter then turned to the lawyer. “Name them.”


An airliner was having engine trouble, and the pilot instructed the cabin crew to have the passengers take their seats and get prepared for an emergency landing. A few minutes later, the pilot asked the flight attendants if everyone was buckled in and ready. ‘All set back here, Captain,’ came the reply, ‘except one lawyer who is still going around passing out his business cards.’


Jones, a lawyer, bribed a man on the jury to hold out for a charge of manslaughter, as opposed to the charge of murder which was brought by the prosecution. The jury was out for nearly a week before they returned to court with the manslaughter verdict. When Jones paid the juror, he asked him if it had been hard to persuade the other jurors to get the charge of manslaughter. “Sure did,” the juror replied, “all the others wanted to acquit him.”

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