Constitutional Law & Civil Rights Self-Help

     Many who have not studied law assume “the system” to be irreparably corrupt, however the legal system operates much like a well-designed machine which contains legal mechanics.  Jurisprudence (“the study of the application of law”) is a science designed to protect innocent persons from being wronged by predators acting either from within a government agency, corporation, or as a member of the public while also providing the opportunity to access redress, create needed policy reforms, and, in short, aid yourself, humanity at large, and the planet.

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How to Navigate this Website:

     This website contains two self-help walkthroughs, which include links to simplified versions of the Federal Rules of Procedure:

Self-Help Walk-Throughs:

Civil Law (Torts) – assert your rights and/or redress wrongs (i.e. rights violations) — of vital importance to know.

Criminal Law (Crimes) – the prevention & commission of accountability for crimes.

    Due to the inescapable fact that law contains meganumerous legal terms spanning an array of definable, sortable concepts and utilities, we’ve categorized many of them (work in constant progress) into the following three menus; terms are linked all throughout the website (“Work of Art”), and clicking on a link won’t close the page you’re on.  Now, explore!

Menu I – Introduction

i.  Legal Precepts Adopted into U.S. Law (from Europe) through the Constitution

ii.  § § of Law which came pursuant to the American Revolution

iii.  Indian Country Law – history, legal term definitions, maps, political associations, and Supreme Court Rulings, Acts of Congress, and Executive Orders which have historically affected and/or are still in effect.

iv.  All Federal Courts – histories, purposes, and functions of each.

Menu II – Essential Terminology

i.  Pro Se Self-Help, or Assisting Others as a Non-Attorney – things to know.

ii.  Types of “Persons” – litigation terms, including natural persons, all types of artificial persons, types of officers and their positions, and terms for types of litigants.

iii.  Property and Ownership – pertinent terms everyone ought be able to discern .

iv.  Various forms of Jurisdiction – a government’s power to exercise authority over all persons and things within its territory, and a court’s power to decide a case or issue a decree.

v.  Pre-Trial Case Building – if you’ve been wronged, start here.  Includes performing records requests (i.e. FOIA requests, requesting Discovery), preparation prior to filing, time limits for filing various types of cases (i.e. statute of limitations), and providing notice.

Menu III – know your options:

i.  All About Jury Trials – in chronological order, of course.

ii.  Every Type of Court Order – categorized, like we do.

iii.  All Types of Pleadings – formal documents setting forth or responding to allegations, claims, denials, or defenses.

iv.  Every Type of Motion – request a the judge to issue a specific Court Order.

v.  Every Form of Objection – oppose something that has occurred or is about to occur: seek the judge’s immediate ruling on the point.


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Updated 11-17-2017, 11-20-2017, 11-26-2017, 12-10-2017.