Getting Started

     Chances are, if you found this website, you were wronged in some way.  Perhaps your rights were violated by a police officer — or your property was stolen Maybe you’re a member of an American Indian tribe and your tribe’s treaty was violated.  Is a corporation attempting to destroy your local ecosystem, and no one is holding them accountable?  You likely came to this website because you weren’t able to find strong legal representation, and you need a vast array of credible legal information asap before the statute of limitations runs out.

     We think you are going to be pleasantly surprised and impressed by the website we’ve put together here.  We — like you — were hurt badly by someone, and became frustrated when we couldn’t find help.  So we took it upon ourselves to attempt to map the system.  Now, after years of compiling and organizing legal term definitions, we are proud to present to you the Public Intelligence Agency.

     This site contains step-by step walkthroughs for the civil law and criminal law systems by using legal term definitions from federally-recommended law dictionaries which have been neatly organized into navigable categories.  The site also contains

    Before we get to the step by step walkthroughs, the following links should help to get you oriented.  Clicking on any of the links throughout this site won’t close the page you’re on.

Notice: Sections throughout this website are being upgraded daily.  You will likely witness incomplete sections throughout your search.  As of 2/24/2018, we predict that most of the site will be in order by mid-March 2018.

i. How to Navigate This Site

ii. Civil Law and Criminal Law – what’s the difference?

iii. Time Limits for Filing Various Types of Cases

iv. Pro Se Self-Help, and Assisting Others as a Non-Lawyer

     The step-by-step walkthroughs, for both the civil section and the criminal section, are divided into two parts:

Civil Law Self-Help

Criminal Law Self-Help

Additional Sections Throughout The Site:

      Many pages found throughout the following links are referenced (and linked) throughout the above walkthroughs.  However, if you’d like to explore these sections on their own in order to perceive a more “bird’s eye view” on the legal system in its entirety, exploring the following sections on their own should help with just that.  Again, we are upgrading the website daily, so expect that some sections are more finished than others.

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.

v.  Various Types of “Persons” – litigation terms, including natural persons, all types of artificial persons, and various terms for types of litigants.

vi. Property – the “bundle of rights” (to possess, use, exclude, or transfer) associated with a valued resource such as land, chattel, or an intangible.

vii. Ownership – the “bundle of rights” to possess, use, manage, enjoy, and/or convey property to others.

viii. Tenancy – the possession or occupancy of real property or personal property by right or title.

ix.  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.

x.  Fiduciary Relationships – includes agencies, trusts, guardian/ward relationship, client-attorney relationships, and more.

Various Types of Legal Instruments:

contract – a written agreement between two or more parties creating obligations enforceable &/or recognized at law.

charging instrument – any of three formal legal documents used to officially charge someone with a crime.

deed – a written instrument that is signed, sealed, and delivered and that conveys some interest in property.

guaranty – a written promise to answer for the debt, default, or miscarriage of another person, provided such person does not respond by payment or performance.

power of attorney – an instrument granting someone authority to act as agent or attorney-in-fact for the grantor, thus creating an agency relationship. — aka letter of attorney; warrant of attorney.

security – any interest or instrument relating to finances.

  • bond – a written promise acknowledging the obligation to pay a debt; either as money or to perform some act if certain circumstances occur or a certain time elapses.
  • lien – a legal right or proprietary interest a creditor retains in property until the debt &/or duty that it secures is satisfied.
  • mortgage – a conveyance of title to property that is given as security for the payment of a debt or the performance of a duty and that will become void upon payment or performance according to the stipulated terms. — aka (archaically) dead pledge.

undertaking – a written promise, pledge, or engagement thereby binding the signatory to the obligation; unlike a bond, the principal is not required to sign an undertaking.

negotiable instrument – a written instrument that is signed by the maker or drawer, includes an unconditional promise or order to pay a specified sum of money, is payable on demand or at a definite time, and is payable to order or to bearer.

  • negotiable – capable of being transferred by delivery or indorsement when the transferee takes the instrument for value, in good faith, and without notice of conflicting title claims or defenses.

     Additional sections will be added, however we’ll continue to make the website as concise and simple-to-navigate as possible.

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     “Lost is our simplicity of times, The world abounds with laws, and teems with crimes.

– Anonymous [1]

References:

[1] Thesaurus of Quotations by Edmund Fuller.  Copyright1941 by Crown Publishers.

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