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These 53 Video Clips give you the "Big Picture".

Watch each clip at your own pace.

Start with the first and work your way through them all in order to "see" each step in the court process.

They total 5 hours of powerful case-winning information, however they are only your introduction to legal procedure and evidence. You will follow through to the individual classes that follow so you're prepared to go to court with confidence.

There's an automatically graded quiz at the end of this and every class. Try to pass each with at least a "B". If you score "C" or less, go back over the material until you can score at least at "B".

Then study ALL classes in the MAIN MENU plus those in the REFERENCE menu and EXTRAS menu as well.

This is a COMPLETE court procedure and evidence course, not just a video, so watch all the clips then study all the classes that follow!

IntroductionWatch Video

This video shows how to control your case and stop cheaters.

You learn what cases are "winnable", which are not, and why!

Topics CoveredWatch Video

This clip shows how the clips are organized.

Each builds on the one before, so don't skip any!

Getting StartedWatch Video

This clip teaches how to "prepare for battle".

Learn to state your case with proper pleadings.

Plaintiff or defendant, you must state your case with proper pleadings.

Learn about causes of action and affirmative defenses.

  • Facts and Law.
  • Liability and Damages.
  • Using precision with words.
  • Why court battles are word wars.
  • Moving the court, whether you're a plaintiff or defendant.
  • Getting a favorable judgment ... $ $ $ !

Lawsuit FlowchartWatch Video

This shows our famous Flowchart and lays a solid foundation for all the other powerful information you will learn in this course!

Learn the separate parts of your case.

Learn how each part fits together with the others.

Learn what you must do to win ... and how to do it!

Causes of ActionWatch Video

This clip is the key to winning.

Once you understand causes of action, the rest is easy.

This is where your case-winning power begins.

The PleadingsWatch Video

This clip introduces the four (4) types of pleadings, what each is for, and how to use them.

Plaintiff or defendant you must know the types of pleadings and when to use them.

  • Complaint
  • Answer
  • Affirmative Defense
  • Reply

Simple ComplaintWatch Video

Here is the basic, one-count complaint.

Whether you are being sued or suing someone else, you need to understand what a proper complaint looks like. This video clip will show you and make it easy to understand.

Learn how to draft complaints to sue someone else or how to defend against complaints filed against you by your adversaries.

Multi-Count ComplaintWatch Video

This clip explains complaints alleging more than one "cause of action".

Both plaintiffs and defendants need to know this.

Learn about "counts" in a complaint, how to use them, and the very important "WHEREFORE" clause (used in all pleadings and also in motions you'll be learning how to file).

Simple SentencesWatch Video

Learn why all numbered paragraphs in pleadings (and other papers filed with the court) should be single-sentences, one-subject, one-verb ... with minimum adverbs and adjectives.

The SummonsWatch Video

Learn how a court "summons" commands defendants to respond to plaintiffs' complaints, how it should be served on defendants, why it should be attached to a copy of the complaint, and what to do if defendant does not respond.

If you're a defendant, learn what to do when you get one!

VerificationWatch Video

Learn how to verify papers with an affidavit.

This should be done for all papers alleging disputed facts.

Learn how verifications persuade judges to believe fact allegations are true, since affidavits expose one to perjury charges if alleged facts are found to be false and known to be false when sworn to.

This gives you valuable points with the judge!

AnswerWatch Video

This clip explains the three responses a defendant may use, if he is forced to file an Answer to his opponent's complaint.

  • Admitted
  • Denied
  • Without Knowledge

Certificate of ServiceWatch Video

Learn about the important "certificate of service" all parties must provide to their opponents when filing papers with the court.

Learn how the "certificate of service" assures the judge that your opponent was provided a copy of whatever you file, how it was provided, and when.

Counter-ClaimWatch Video

Learn how a defendant damaged by a plaintiff can sue the plaintiff in his Answer.

Learn how to use a counter-claim as a "reverse lawsuit".

Learn how to write one and why it must be filed with the Answer.

If you're a plaintiff, and your defendant files a counter-claim, know what to do.

Cross-ClaimWatch Video

Learn how a co-defendant (if there's more than one defendant in a case) can sue his or her co-defendants.

Learn how to file a cross-claim.

Learn how to defend against a cross-claim.

Third-Party ComplaintWatch Video

Learn how a defendant can sue someone who isn't yet in the case (i.e., a "third party") if that person caused some or all of the plaintiffs' or defendants' damages.

Learn how to draft a third-party complaint.

Know how to respond to one if it's served on you!

Avoiding the AnswerWatch Video

Learn the 3 motions you can file to avoid filing an Answer.

If successful, a defendant may win without doing anything else.

  • Motion to Strike
  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion for More Definite Statement

These are sometimes call the "flurry of motions", because savvy defendants file them after being served with plaintiff's complaint.

Motion to StrikeWatch Video

Learn how to file a motion to strike when the complaint (or any other filing) contains:

  • "material facts" known to be false when filed,
  • allegations that are scandalous,
  • allegations that are impertinent, or
  • allegations that are redundant.

Motion to DismissWatch Video

Learn the 7 grounds that must be raised by a promptly filed motion to dismiss or be lost forever!

Learn what to do if your motions are denied.

Motion for More Definite StatementWatch Video

Learn how to force the other side to re-write his papers if a "reasonable person" couldn't understand some or any part of it.

This can be a very powerful tool to use during your "flurry of motions" if you don't want to file an answer to the complaint.

Affirmative Defenses 1Watch Video

Learn about affirmative defenses, what they are and how to use them effectively.

Learn that affirmative defenses must be filed with the Answer.

Learn how affirmative defenses can be used to force plaintiff to show his hand and prove his case or withdraw from the fight.

Affirmative Defenses 2Watch Video

See several examples of effective affirmative defenses.

Learn tactical tips on how to use them.

Learn why you should file as many affirmative defenses as the facts allow if you must file an Answer.

Forms Watch Video

Learn about the many kinds of legal forms.

Review what you've learned so far in this introduction.

Answering the ComplaintWatch Video

Learn how to answer plaintiffs' complaint (if you can't avoid it with your flurry of motions).

Learn what to avoid, what to include in your answer, and how to draft your paperwork, serve it on your opponent, and file it with the court.

DiscoveryWatch Video

Learn your 5 pre-trial evidence discovery tools:

  • Request for Admissions
  • Request for Production
  • Interrogatories
  • Depositions
  • Subpoena Power and Other Court Orders

These must be used if you want to win - plaintiff or defendant!

Request for AdmissionsWatch Video

Learn how to use this powerful discovery tool to force your opponent to admit facts, law, and authenticate questionable documents.

This is your most powerful case-winning tool.

Request for ProductionWatch Video

Learn how to use requests for production to force your opponent to produce any and all documents and things that might reasonably lead to your finding "admissible evidence".

See a request for production that won a real lawsuit with very little effort!

InterrogatoriesWatch Video

Learn about interrogatories and how to use them.

These are simply written questions your opponent must answer under oath ... questions the court will compel your opponent to answer if you do what I teach in this amazing step-by-step self-help course!

Learn how to inquire into any and all facts that might "reasonably" help you find admissible evidence ... even if answers to your interrogatories are, by themselves, inadmissible!

DepositionsWatch Video

Learn about the most over-used discovery tool.

Learn the proper time to take a deposition.

Learn what to have before taking a deposition.

Learn how to handle witnesses and exhibits at depositions.

Subpoena PowerWatch Video

Learn how to use court orders (e.g., subpoenas) to get discovery when no other method will work.

Learn how I convinced a judge to grant an order shutting down a pharmacy so prescription records could be secured before the bad guys could destroy them.

Learn how to use the power of the court to your advantage!

Compelling DiscoveryWatch Video

Learn how to get the court to compel discovery when your opponent doesn't cooperate.

Learn how to use motions to:

  • get the court to treat admissions as admitted for all purposes
  • compel production of documents and things
  • compel better answers to interrogatories
  • compel attendance at depositions
  • show cause why your opponent should not be held in contempt
  • send your opponent to jail for contempt

Moving the CourtWatch Video

Learn how to move the court!

Nothing will happen until you move the court for orders!

Learn how to get the judge to pick up his or her pen and sign an order that gives you what the law demands and justice requires.

Standing in PowerWatch Video

Learn how to exercise your sacred right to be heard.

This is your right, paid for by the blood of heroes who fought for your right to be heard in court!

Learn how to be polite without begging or apologizing.

Learn how to force the court to honor those who paid for our rights!

Knowing the LawWatch Video

Learn about legal research and citations.

Know how to find law that applies to the facts of your case.

Know how to cite the law that applies to the facts of your case.

Writing MemorandaWatch Video

Learn how to argue on paper with memoranda.

Learn that arguing "live" in court is difficult with interruptions, distractions, and memory failures that can prevent one from doing his or her very best when it's critical to make no mistakes.

Learn how to research, draft, and file written memoranda citing legal authorities and arguments before going to court to present your case "live".

Legal AuthoritiesWatch Video

Legal authorities control judges.

Nothing else does!

Learn about legal authorities, how to find them, and how to cite them to control the judge.

Sizing Up Your OpponentWatch Video

Learn how to size up your opponent.

Know what to expect from him.

Be prepared to defend against dirty tricks.

Force your opponent to obey the court's rules!

Using Evidence RulesWatch Video

Learn about the evidence rules.

Learn how to get your evidence "in".

Learn how to keep your opponent's evidence "out".

PrivilegesWatch Video

Learn about privileges and what they do.

Learn who privileges belong to.

Know who has the right to demand they be honored by the court.

ImpeachmentWatch Video

Learn about impeaching witnesses in court.

Learn how to use it to destroy the credibility of witnesses.

Learn how to use it to destroy the credibility of other evidence also, including documents and things.

HearsayWatch Video

Learn about hearsay.

Know what hearsay really is.

Learn about hearsay exceptions.

Use hearsay rules to your advantage.

Examining WitnessesWatch Video

Learn how to get witnesses to say what you want.

Learn about the 2 kinds of witness examinations in court:

  • direct examination
  • cross examination

Know the difference and how to use each kind effectively.

Circumstantial EvidenceWatch Video

Circumstantial evidence is not "evidence" at all.

Circumstantial evidence is a "guess", a "hunch", a mere theory drawn from direct facts.

Learn how to protect yourself from opponents who try to improperly use circumstantial evidence.

Very important!

AuthenticationWatch Video

Learn that just having a document your believe "proves" something doesn't mean that document will be admitted into evidence!

Learn how to authenticate evidence.

Learn how to keep your opponent's unauthenticated evidence "out".

TrialWatch Video

Learn how to apply all the teachings in this course.

Learn how to prepare for trial.

Learn what needs to be done at trial.

Know how to do it (if your haven't already won before trial by following the procedures taught in my course).

Writing OrdersWatch Video

Learn how to prevent your opponent or his or her lawyers from writing orders for the judge to sign.

Learn how to stop it or, at least, control it if it happens.

Post-JudgmentWatch Video

Learn how to get paid after winning.

Learn what must be done before final judgment.

Know how to get your money after final judgment!

SettlementWatch Video

Negotiate better settlements, more money, better conditions.

Know when and how to proceed.

Know how to get the most possible from your opponent.

Preparing for AppealWatch Video

Learn how to prepare for appeal while your case is ongoing.

Know how to minimize the possibility of being required to appeal while multiplying your chance for victory during the trial phase.

JurisdictionWatch Video

Learn that not every court has authority to hear and rule on every case.

Learn about jurisdiction, the power of courts to hear and rule on issues brought before them for resolution.

The EnemyWatch Video

Learn (if your weren't already convinced) that you cannot trust lawyers.

You cannot trust your own (if you have one).

You certainly cannot trust the lawyer representing your opponent.

See a lawyer's inside view of his own profession.

Beware of sharks!

SummationWatch Video

Review what you learned in the preceding videos.

Learn how to continue on with the rest of this course.

See again how all the parts fit together.

ConclusionWatch Video

Know justice is not free.

Know "true justice" is constantly on trial.

Know this is true not only here but in every nation on the planet.

Know how to use this fact to win your case!

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